Chance for Malaysians to see Saturn this Friday


This NASA file image shows the ringed planet Saturn. - AFP

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians will get the rare opportunity of seeing the planet Saturn with a telescope, binoculars or even with the unaided eye when it is opposite the sun after sunset on June 3.

National Space Agency (Angkasa) research officer at the Langkawi National Observatory, Farahana Kamarudin, said that at this time, the ringed planet would be at its closest to Earth.

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