During the opposition of the outer planet, it was clearly visible during the night right in the thick of the Milky Way. In which season of the year did the planet’s opposition take place, and in which constellation was it observed?
The planets in the sky are located near the ecliptic. The Ecliptic intersects with the Milky Way in the constellation Sagittarius and at the border of the constellations Taurus and Gemini. In these regions of the sky, the planet could be located. Its opposition in these cases occurs, respectively, in June or December, that is, near the summer or winter solstice.
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