JUPITER IN APRIL

Here you can find details on where to locate Jupiter. Don't forget to upload your images to the Facebook group and we will add them to the member images section of the website to showcase them!


Don't forget to check our Conjunctions page for details on when the Planets appear close together with other night sky objects!

Jupiter is a morning and late evening object and can be seen rising in the South East at around 22:35 at the start of the month, and 21:30 at the end of the month. It can be seen all morning until sunrise, when is is lost to daylight in the south west.


Jupiter can be seen with the naked eye but looks stunning through binoculars or a telescope!


The image shows its location at 23:30 on the 15th


Use our interactive sky map here to find out what you can see in the sky right now!


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