Daily cosmobite: the Moon covers Jupiter

Daily cosmobite: the Moon covers Jupiter

Published by Nick Lomb on February 16, 2013 No Comments

Late on Monday night along the southern edge of Australia from Melbourne to Perth the dark edge of the Moon will progressively cover the planet Jupiter and its four brightest satellites. Clouds permitting, this should be a fascinating sight through a small telescope or a firmly-held pair of binoculars.

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