Watch for moon, Jupiter, Orion on night of November 21

Watch for moon, Jupiter, Orion on night of November 21

Our sky chart shows the eastern sky as it looks from North American mid-northern latitudes around 8 to 9 p.m. on November 21, 2013. But no matter where you reside worldwide, you can expect the moon and Jupiter to rise in tandem above your east-northeast horizon roughly three to four hours after sundown on November 21. As seen from mid-northern latitudes, Jupiter and the constellation Orion climb over the horizon at roughly the same time. Look for Orion to the south (right) of Jupiter before going to bed tonight.

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