Doppler Tim's Blog
Monday, September 20, 2010
Uranus is Big but Jupiter is Huge Tonight
Sorry, that never gets old. Jupiter is close tonight. The next time it will be this close is 2022. It is a mere 368 million miles away.
As I blog, (8:45pm), Jupiter is rising in the east and will be directly overhead at 12:43am ET. Jupiter is the brightest thing in the sky aside from our moon.
Uranus will also be visible and will appear just above Jupiter as a greenish star.
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