Saturn to Appear Alongside Moon in Sky Tonight
Tonight, Saturn can be seen beside the moon as it rises in the east-southeast sky. Saturn will appear as a bright yellow-whitish "star" off to the left of the moon. Unlike the bright star Arcturus, Saturn will not twinkle or glitter but remain a steady yellow-whitish hue. By Wednesday evening, the southern half of Australia, New Zealand and Antarctica will be able to see the moon hide Saturn.
By Jordan Moses
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