Jupiter gleams in the evening
September 2007: Jupiter will dominate the southern sky during September.
September 1, 2007
|Anyone looking low in the southern sky after sunset will notice the brilliant beacon of Jupiter, the solar system's largest planet. Jupiter displays its turbulent atmosphere each night through a telescope, and you can easily follow its retinue of four constantly dancing moons. Invite your neighbors over for a jovian view they'll never forget. |
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