You Can Watch Saturn 'Shine Bright Like A Diamond' Tonight In Arizona
It'll be the perfect time to stargaze.
Calling all stargazers—you're in for a treat this Monday night.
After sunset, you can expect to see Saturn at opposition—meaning the planet will be at its brightest!
The Ringed Planet approaches its closet point to Earth, shining at its brightest for the year.
The Old Farmer's Almanac
According to the OFA, Saturn will dazzle the night sky at , and you'll be able to see it right from .
You'll want to look to the southeast at around 7:27 p.m. if you're living in the Gilbert area.
The best part about thissky display is that it'll be visible all night .
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