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How to Find Saturn

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How to Find Saturn

A few computer simulated views from around the globe

These simulated views from NASA's Cassini spacecraft shows the expected positions of Saturn and Earth on July 19, 2013, around the time Cassini will take Earth's picture. Cassini will be about 898 million miles (1.44 billion kilometers) away from Earth at the time. That distance is nearly 10 times the distance from the sun to Earth.

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Viewing Saturn from Casablanca, Morocco
From Casablanca, Morocco, look South West.
Viewing Saturn from Chicago
From Chicago, look South East
Viewing Saturn from London
From London, look South West.
Viewing Saturn from Los Angeles
From Los Angeles, look East.
Viewing Saturn from Mexico City
From Mexico City, look East.
From New York, look South East.
Viewing Saturn from Rio de Janeiro
from Rio de Janeiro, look East.
viewing Saturn from Washington DC
from Washington D.C., look South East.