Jupiter close to the moon on Christmas

12/25/2012 | Space.com

Stargazers could see Jupiter cozy up to the moon in skies over the eastern and central regions of the U.S. on Tuesday, with the two bodies set to appear closest together in late afternoon and early evening in those regions. Jupiter, which is visible each night this week in the western U.S. until about 5 a.m. Pacific time, was expected to appear about one-half degree from the moon during that time.

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