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Jupiter shines bright on these cold nights

November 15, 2011
By AILEEN O'DONOGHUE , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

As the wind sharpens with cold and the nights lengthen, Jupiter will again illuminate a dark part of the sky and accompany us through the winter. The Jovian year is 12 Earth years, so it moves one-twelth of the way around the sky each calendar year.



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