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Wave at Saturn: Images from NASA's Cosmic Photo Bomb by Cassini Probe

Wave at Saturn from L.A.

NASA/JPL-Caltech

From Los Angeles (and western states) wave at Saturn low on the eastern horizon from 2:27 to 2:42 p.m. PDT on July 19, 2013. Saturn’s approximate location is shown, but it will not be not visible in the daylight. [Read the Full Story]

Wave at Saturn from L.A. (Night)

NASA/JPL-Caltech

From Los Angeles (and western states) find the moon, Saturn and Venus in the western-southwestern sky after sunset on July 19th. Saturn appears as a golden “star” brighter than any of the surrounding stars. No telescope required, but the rings and several moons are visible through binoculars or telescopes. [Read the Full Story]

Wave at Saturn from Chicago

NASA/JPL-Caltech

This NASA graphic shows the location of Saturn in the daytime sky over Chicago on July 19, 2013, when NASA's Cassini spacecraft snaps a picture of Earth from Saturn. Saturn’s approximate location is shown, but it will not be not visible in the daylight. [Read the Full Story]

Wave at Saturn from New York City

NASA/JPL-Caltech

This NASA graphic shows the location of Saturn in the daytime sky over New York City on July 19, 2013, when NASA's Cassini spacecraft snaps a picture of Earth from Saturn. Saturn’s approximate location is shown, but it will not be not visible in the daylight. [Read the Full Story]

Saturn, July 2013

Starry Night Software

Saturn is high in the western sky at just after sunset, and sets around midnight. [Read the Full Story]

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