See Jupiter at its best at opposition, closest to Earth since 1963

In recent nights there has been a brilliant light that has been calling attention to itself low in the eastern sky at around 7:30 pm local daylight time. It shines with a steady, silvery glow and a couple of hours later when it has climbed noticeably higher in the east-southeast part of the sky, it seems to command attention.

Of course, that would make some sense because you are looking at the object named after the king of the gods and also the king of the planets: Mighty Jupiter.

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