Re-appearance & dis-appearance

1402-011a Jupiter's Moon - Ganymede (eclipsed by Jupiter's shadow - Wed 19th Feb 2014)
Wednesday 19th February 2014
Jupiter’s four Galilean moons; Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto are easy to spot with a telescope or large binoculars.

At 19:19/7.19pm, Ganymede starts with re-appearing then goes into eclipse entering Jupiter’s shadow at 20:06/8.06pm and re-appearing again at 23:23/11.23pm.

Recommend to be prepared yourself at 19:00/7pm for observing the Jupiter’s moons.

Did you know?
Jupiter has at least 63 known moons and Ganymede is the largest moon in the Solar System.


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