The planet is visible on September 23 near the point of the summer solstice. What planet is this?

Any, except for Mercury and Venus, that is, it could be one of the outer planets – Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. On September 23, the Sun is near the autumnal equinox. This means that the planets “observed in the vicinity of the point of the summer sun of standing will be located at an angular distance from the Sun of the order of 90 ° (ie, in quadrature). In this position relative to the Sun from the Earth, only the outer planets can be observed.

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