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See the Moon-Saturn conjunction on Thursday (September 8)

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On Thursday (September 8), the Moon and Saturn will approach each other, sharing the same direct ascendant, an event known as a conjunction.

The two objects will pass within about 3⁰ 43′ of each other in the evening sky and will be visible in front of the constellation Capricorn. Over the New York sky, the conjunction will be visible around 19:33 EST (23:33 GMT) and will be in the southeast at about 13⁰ above the horizon. (A fist at arm’s length is approximately 10⁰.)

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