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Beginning Tuesday, Saturn will be at opposition, meaning it will rise opposite the sun in the Earth's sky. Opposition gives Earth-dwellers the best views of the gas giant and a number of its moons, according to NASA. The planet will be visible to the naked eye, but you will need a telescope to spot the iconic rings, according to EarthSky. When we pass between the sun and a planet outside our own orbit, the other planet "is generally closest to Earth and brightest for that year," EarthSky notes notes.
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During this time Saturn, Earth and the sun will be in a straight line, with Earth in the center. Saturn will be visible in the southeast sky Tuesday, according to EarthSky, and can be spotted in the "teapot" of the Sagittarius constellation.
It will appear highest in the sky about midnight but will be visible all night long, setting in the west as the sun begins to rise in the east. Saturn's opposition will provide good views of the planet during July, August and September.