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Jupiter Exits the Evening Sky By: Andrew 02 Jul 2014 Jupiter and the moons Europa, Ganymede and Callisto (left-right)

Jupiter Exits the Evening Sky By: Andrew 02 Jul 2014 Jupiter and the moons Europa, Ganymede and Callisto (left-right)

Jupiter Bids Farewell to Evening Sky After Sunday Moon Meetup By Joe Rao, Space.com Skywatching Columnist   |   June 28, 2014 Jupiter is now low in the western sky at sunset, and is lost behind the sun at the end of the month. Credit: Starry Night software

Jupiter Bids Farewell to Evening Sky After Sunday Moon Meetup

Learners and their families are encouraged to go outside on a clear evening and view the sky to see the planets for themselves. Using sky charts and other resources, and possibly in partnership with a local astronomical society, children navigate the night sky and view planets with the naked eye and binoculars or telescopes. This activity is part of Explore! Jupiter's Family Secrets, a series designed to engage children in space and planetary science in libraries and informal learning ...

Learners and their families are encouraged to go outside on a clear evening and view the sky to see the planets for themselves. Using sky charts and other resources, and possibly in partnership with a local astronomical society, children navigate the night sky and view planets with the naked eye and binoculars or telescopes. This activity is part of Explore! Jupiter's Family Secrets, a series designed to engage children in space and planetary science in libraries and informal learning ...

Venus as the evening star over Paris. Venus is the topmost star, then the Moon, then Jupiter. March 31, 2012. Image credit and copyright: Serge Brunier.

Paris by Night Image Credit & Copyright: Serge Brunier (TWAN) The lovely triple conjuntion of brilliant Venus (top), Jupiter, and a young crescent Moon was visible in evening skies around planet Earth.

Jupiter, with its trademark Great Red Spot, photographed by Hubble on May 15, 2014. Photo by NASA, ESA and A. Simon (Goddard Space Flight Center)

25 years of the Hubble telescope in 25 stunning photos

ESA Science & Technology: Hubble captures vivid auroras in Jupiter's atmosphere

This view of Jupiter from the Hubble Space Telescope shows the distinctive cloud structures on this gas giant. This week sky-watchers can seee Jupiter riding high in the southern evening sky. Credit: NASA, ESA, Michael Wong (Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, MD), H. B. Hammel (Space Science Institute, Boulder, CO), and the Jupiter Impact Team

This view of Jupiter from the Hubble Space Telescope shows off the distinctive cloud structures on this gas giant planet. This week sky-watc.

SUNSET SKY SHOW, AGAIN: A month ago, Venus, Jupiter and the crescent Moon aligned beautifully for evening sky watchers around the world. Tonight it's happening again. On March 25th and 26th, the trio will appear side by side in the western sky at sunset.

SUNSET SKY SHOW, AGAIN: A month ago, Venus, Jupiter and the crescent Moon aligned beautifully for evening sky watchers around the world. On March and the trio will appear side by side in the western sky at sunset.

13 Must See Stargazing Events for 2013 — Listed In...

13 Must See Stargazing Events for 2013 – Listed In Chronological Order January 21 – Very Close Moon/Jupiter Conjunction A waxing gibbous moon illuminated) will pass within less than a degree.

Détail de Jupiter

Voyager mission enhanced-color image of Jupiter's Great Red Spot

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