In what month can Jupiter be squared and observed in the early evening in the Moscow region in the constellation Taurus? In what constellation will it be possible to observe it after 3 months?
Because by condition, Jupiter is in quadrature, then its angular distance from the Sun is 90 degrees. This means that the Sun should be located in the constellation Capricorn. It happens there in February, which means the answer is February. After 3 months, Jupiter may still remain in Taurus, or it may move to the constellation Gemini (this depends on the initial location of the planet in the constellation). However, the angular distance from the Sun will be significantly reduced and the planet can be observed only at dusk against the background of a bright dawn.
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