Sunday, July 17, 2016

Tonight's Sky for July 17: Jupiter Sets 2 Hours After the Sun

Tonight, Jupiter, 5th planet from the Sun and largest in the solar system, will be setting just 2 hours after the Sun, meaning that time to catch Jupiter under a truly dark sky is now virtually over and seeing the planet itself requires a relatively good Western horizon. So, if you haven't bothered to take a look at Jupiter in awhile, don't wait around much longer.

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