You can see the moon near Saturn in the night sky tonight. Here’s how.


For two nights in a row starting Wednesday (Nov. 10), you can see the moon pass by two bright worlds in Earth’s sky.

The moon will be about 4 degrees from Saturn on Wednesday as the two objects reach a conjunction, or an event in which two celestial worlds appear close to each other in the sky. You can spot the moon and Saturn together shortly after sunset. From New York City, according to the skywatching site In-The-Sky.org, you can spot the two worlds starting at 5:01 p.m. EST or local time, and they will both be visible until 9:17 p.m.



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