nav­i­gate the galaxy

Australian T3 - - TECH LIFE -

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.

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