from autoworldnews.com: Saturn will appear in the sky later tonight just to the lower left of the moon, according to SPACE.com. “At dusk on Tuesday, Saturn will appear about 5.5 degrees to the lower left of the moon,” said SPACE.com. “The moon will move toward Saturn at its own apparent width (one-half degree) per hour during the night.” Saturn was in “opposition,” the closest it will be to Earth this year, just a few days ago.
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