This week, with clear skies at night, it will be a great opportunity to get outside and do some stargazing! After 9 p.m. on September 7-9, the moon will shine brightly next to a visible planet!
Saturn stays close to the moon almost all night long. Start by finding the almost full moon in the southeastern sky after sunset. Once you find the moon, you will see a bright looking star to the left. That star is actually Saturn!
Enjoy the pairing this week and the full moon on September 10.
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