This week, Saturn and Jupiter will be two items to behold in the night sky.
As the waxing gibbous moon shines brightly, Saturn will be close to it.
It is a small but bright looking star that appears near the moon throughout the night.
From October 6-8, it will stay close after sunset and before sunrise.
Head outside around 9 p.m. and look to the southern sky to find the moon.
To the right of the moon is Saturn and to the left is a bonus planet, Jupiter.
The three will set in the southwestern sky before sunrise.
Jupiter is very bright and easy to find this month at night!
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