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January through June 2008 are the best months to view Saturn this year. In July, Saturn will dip lower in the sky, and by early September it is lost in the glare of the setting sun. In October, Saturn appears in the early morning sky just befor dawn, rising earlier each month until December, when it rises at midnight.

More Saturn viewing information can be found on the Saturn Observation Campaign viewing page.


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You can find Saturn in the night sky by clicking on your country, by entering your latitude and longitude below or by selecting by nearby city
 
 
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