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This is a great time of the year to go out on a clear night and observe Saturn, its rings, and its moons. I saw Saturn last Saturday night with my telescope and if you look closely, you can see its rings! I also think I saw some of its moons around it. So when you get a chance on a clear night, you can go outside and see it! If you don't have a telescope, that's OK because you can see Saturn with you naked eye. If you look at Saturn with your naked eye, it will look like a yellow star. I hope you get to see Saturn, too!


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