If the skies are clear on Friday, April 7, there will be a rare opportunity to see the planet Jupiter all evening, when the earth passes between the sun and Jupiter; astronomers call this an “opposition of Jupiter.” With the sun shining brightly on the planet, a strong set of binoculars and no fog may allow viewers to see . . .

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