navigate the galaxy
1/ Find Jupiter – Easily visible throughout May and June as a bright star sitting low in the sky above the north western horizon at the end
of evening twilight. 2/ See Saturn occulted by the Moon – On 14 May you will be able to see Saturn occulted by the Moon - meaning the Moon will block Saturn from our view. Depending on where you are located it will disappear between 8:50pm and 9:05pm AEST and reappear
between 9:35 and 10:00pm AEST. . 4/ Find the International Space Station – Check out NASA’s web pages to find out when the ISS is likely to be visible from where you are. Look out for a bright, star-like object moving west
to east across the night sky.
Before takeoff (p38), see what the heavens have to offer with your feet on the ground.