The moon will approach Jupiter early Tuesday morning

Look at the east-southeast sky in the early hours of Tuesday morning (June 21) to notice the waning crescent approaching Jupiter as it continues its lunar orbit.

The satellite will sit only at palm width in the lower right corner (or 5 degrees to the southwest sky) of gas giantwhich makes it an interesting goal to observe the sky. You will have plenty of time to notice the duo, as they will remain visible throughout the morning.

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