Early Friday morning, they will be a gorgeous conjunction between the waning full moon and the bright planet Jupiter in the high southern sky.

The moon will be just to the left of the moon.

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On Saturday morning, the moon will be just to the right of Jupiter.

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Even with a pair of binoculars you can see little star like objects either side of Jupiter — two on one side, two on the other. These are four of Jupiter’s largest moons.

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See the diagram below.

(credit: CBS)