Amateur astronomers were treated to rare sight late Monday as Jupiter and the moon appeared side by side. While the pair of heavenly bodies are spread by nearly 5 A.U., the duo appear less than a pen length apart when viewed in the night sky. Astronomers around the world were able to catch a glimpse via the Slooh Space Camera, which transmitted a live feed of the event... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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