From June 14-19, you can see a “beautiful line-up” of the moon, Jupiter and Saturn as the moon orbits our planet.
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“While you're out marveling this trio, there's a really neat astronomy observation you can attempt yourself, just by paying attention to the Moon's movement from night to night,” the agency stated on its website.
Some viewing tips:
- Folks living in the southern hemisphere will get the best views, though people all over the world will certainly be able to enjoy the spectacle.
- Grab a pair of binoculars or a small telescope for optimal viewing.
- Find an area well away from city or street lights for prime darkness.
- Take a look at what NASA's Juno spacecraft, currently orbiting Jupiter, is picking up.