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See Jupiter at its best in opposition, closest to Earth since 1963

In recent nights, a bright, attention-grabbing light has been observed low in the eastern sky around 19:30 local daylight time. It shines with a steady silver glow, and after a couple of hours, when it has risen noticeably higher in the east-southeast sky, it seems to attract attention.

Of course, that would make some sense because you’re looking at an object named after the king of the gods as well as the king of the planets: Mighty Jupiter.



https://www.space.com/jupiter-at-its-best-opposition-sept-2022/ See Jupiter at its best in opposition, closest to Earth since 1963

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