Appear! Telescope Captures Rapid Unexpected Temperature Alterations On Neptune

You will come across it north of Saturn the mornings of Oct. eight and 24, and due south Oct. 16. Fainter Tethys, Dione, and Rhea, all magnitude ten, modify relative places from night to evening. Iapetus moves from an Oct. 4 inferior conjunction to reach western elongation Oct. 24, the day right after Saturn reaches a stationary point on its retrograde loop. Of course, Callisto — like the other Galilean…Read More