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public Observing fromLocation: Greenwich, United Kingdom edit_location_alt
north SunriseRise: 4:50  
clear_day Transit: 12:56  
SunsetSet: 21:02 south
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Major Bodies » Saturn

Where is Saturn?

Saturn is currently in the constellation of Aquarius. The current Right Ascension is 22h 35m 40s and the Declination is -10° 29’ 29”.

Right now, from the selected location (Greenwich, United Kingdom edit_location_alt), Saturn can be observed looking in the South-West direction at an altitude of 22° degrees above the horizon (view Saturn position on a interactive sky map). Given its current brightness (magnitude 0.86), Saturn is visible to the naked eye, easy and bright under dark skies, might be more difficult from heavily light polluted areas.

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22h 35m 40s
-10° 29’ 29”
Map showing Saturn in Aquarius on May, 30 2023
Field of view: 50x30 degrees
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 = visible to the naked eye
 = binocular, brighter than 10th magnitude
launcher_assistant_on Current altitude ≥ 30°   launcher_assistant_on Current altitude < 30°   launcher_assistant_on Below the horizon
 From: Greenwich, United Kingdom edit_location_alt

See also the following additional resources about Saturn

Available Resources for Saturn