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Cassiopeia and Parade of Planets

On Sunday, February 14, 2021 we recommend you to find in the sky a bright variable star of V Cassiopeia, which will reach its maximum brightness exactly by St Valentine’s Day In addition, this week you can observe not only the planets one by one, but the real parade of 4 of them: Mercury, Venus, Jupiter and Saturn.

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Brightest celestial body of July — Jupiter

This is the planet that will be most interesting and easiest to observe throughout July. It will become the brightest by July 14, when it is in a confrontation with the Sun and is clearly visible in the night sky.

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Dance of Planets

On June 7 and 8 Jupiter, Saturn and the Moon will appear together in the night sky. This arrangement of three celestial bodies in the same line is called «dance of planets», and it can be well seen immediately after midnight.

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Jupiter and Saturn

The nights in May are almost the shortest of the year, however, one can see a lot of interesting things in the sky even in such short night hours. For example, you can even observe two planets right in the East without any telescope: these are Jupiter and Saturn.

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