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Look Up! Jupiter is at its closest to Earth in 59 years

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If you love astronomy and sky gazing, Monday September 26, 2022 is going to be an exciting one. Jupiter will be at its closest to Earth in the last 59 years as it reaches its opposition. Jupiter's closest approach to Earth rarely coincides with opposition, which means the views will be extraordinary. So, how can you make sure you see Jupiter in the sky? The Secrets of the Universe explains.

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