In 2003, Jupiter entered opposition in early February. How does its maximum height above the horizon at the latitude

In 2003, Jupiter entered opposition in early February. How does its maximum height above the horizon at the latitude of Moscow change day by day this month?

During opposition, Jupiter is near the opposite point of the ecliptic to the Sun. The sun in February rises every day at the latitude of Moscow higher and higher, and if Jupiter moved along the ecliptic in the same direction as the Sun, its maximum height would, on the contrary, decrease every day. But in opposition, Jupiter moves backward, therefore, each subsequent night at the latitude of Moscow, he rises to an ever greater height above the horizon.

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