With Daylight Time over and sunsets happening ever-earlier, Saturn, which is just right of the Moon tonight, can now be observed from 6 PM onward.
Peak viewing time for Saturn will be about 6:59 in the evening.
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Time: Saturn will emerge already risen at about rise in the soutern sky just before 5:40 p.m. The Moon will have risen at 12:30 in the afternoon. Saturn will fall to the right of the Moon as the night proceeds. They'll set almost together at 10:00 p.m. leaving the skies dark for the rest of the night.
Location: Beaches with a southern view, but if you can see the moon, you should also be able to see Saturn after it gets dark and until they set.More information: timeanddate.com/astronomy/night/@4985409
Learn more about dark sky events and the island's application to be recognized by the International Dark Sky Association as a Dark Sky Sanctuary at darkskyisland.org.