Now Jupiter is in the constellation Gemini, and Saturn is in the constellation Taurus. Will they be visible in the sky today? And in two months? In four?
On the day of the 1st round of the Olympiad (February 2, 2002), the constellations of Taurus and Gemini, in which Jupiter and Saturn are located, are very clearly visible most of the night, going beyond the horizon only after midnight. Remaining further in these constellations until the middle of the year, Jupiter and Saturn will gradually become visible only in the first half of the night, and then in the evening. In two months, at the beginning of April, both planets will still be clearly visible in the evenings, and Jupiter – until midnight. But after four months, at the beginning of June, Saturn will no longer be visible, and Jupiter will be visible only in the evening, not high above the horizon.
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