Although Saturn is the brightest period in August, its luminosity will peak on August 9 because it is the opposite of the sun.
- Last updated: August 2, 2020, 5:20 pm
Saturday night is a visual treat for gazelles in the sky, because the perfect moon is located on either side of the two largest planets in the solar system, Jupiter and Saturn.
Although Saturn is the brightest period in August, its luminosity will peak on August 9 because it is the opposite of the sun. Since the earth is located between the sun and Saturn, it is the closest to the earth and is visible all night.
The excited aerial gazelle took to Twitter to share photos of the moon with Jupiter and Saturn in perfect companionship. Check out the stunning photos:
Talk about the benefits of post-production: @pictureboston’s night scene is absolutely great! Tonight, Mark used a telephoto lens to capture the International Space Station directly above Boston, and then used Saturn to capture Jupiter up and to the left, and to the right in the southern sky! pic.twitter.com/q5ZKKXF5bC
-Matt Noyce (Natt10) Boston & NECN (@MattNBCBoston) August 2, 2020
Looking at the moon and Jupiter. If you look a little further to the left, you will see a slightly faint stone-colored object/star. This is the ring-shaped Saturn-the jewel of the solar system.
-VirtualAstro (@VirtualAstro) August 1, 2020
Until December 2020, Saturn and Jupiter will appear bright together as a pair of shining stars.
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