Look for the almost full moon September 16-19 to find Saturn and Jupiter! The three will line up as we head into the weekend in the evening sky.
The moon will be full on September 20. Each night it will get bigger in our sky. This makes the moon a very easy sight to see in the night sky. From 9 p.m. until 11 p.m., the moon, Jupiter and Saturn will all shine close together in the south/southeastern sky. Jupiter is brighter than Saturn.
If you see the three together, snap a photo and share it with us on our WHIO Facebook page or our WHIO News App!
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