Stargazing typically demands that people pry themselves out of bed at 4:30 AM, as the conditions tend to be better. But in this period anyone can witness a once in 70-year phenomenon merely two hours after sunset. Jupiter, the solar system’s largest planet, is now the brightest light in the eastern night sky by a […]

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