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No telescope required: Watch Jupiter 'rise' over New York City's skyline later this month - Gothamist

No telescope required: Watch Jupiter 'rise' over New York City's skyline later this month - Gothamist

No telescope required: Watch Jupiter 'rise' over New York City's skyline later this month - Gothamist
Sep 22, 2022 57 secs

Jupiter and its four planet-sized moons, called the Galilean satellites, were photographed in early March by Voyager 1 and assembled into this collage.

Until then, the planet will look like “an airplane that’s not moving,” according to Fried.

“It will rise in the southeast like an orange star,” Fried said.

This illustration combines an image of Jupiter from the JunoCam instrument aboard NASA's Juno spacecraft with a composite image of Earth to depict the size and depth of Jupiter's Great Red Spot.

With a pair of binoculars, Jupiter will look like a small disc with four shiny objects near it like silver pinpoints.

“It’ll look like a little solar system,” Fried said.

With a telescope, the Galilean moons will look like bright discs.

A telescope will also allow sky gazers to see the bands in Jupiter’s atmosphere and its Great Red Spot, just south of its equator.

On that evening, the Great Red Spot will be visible from approximately 9:45 p.m.

“If you have a telescope and you look at it [Jupiter], it'll sort of speak for itself because it'll be so large,” Fried said


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