Breakdown: Why you could see a cool trio in the morning sky
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - The moon will rise about an hour after midnight on Monday morning, May 31 and it will be positioned less than a palm’s width below Saturn.
Jupiter will also be visible and will be shining brightly off to the left of the moon and Saturn. By sunrise, the trio will be in the lower part of the southern sky which could make for a beautiful display.
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