Many casual observers get hooked on amateur astronomy after a first look at Saturn through a telescope. And incredibly beautiful… the color, the proportions, the apparent 3D perspective of this grand icy world. It is arguably the finest sight accessible with a small telescope. The planet reaches opposition on July 9, and will remain bright and large in a telescope over the next few months. The planet has been retrograding westward against the background stars a little each day since April
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Fantastic full-frontal picture of Saturn created by amateur
Here are a few things to think about. James Martin in Albuquerque, New Mexico, caught this photo of Saturn at the opposition of the planet, when the rings were maximally tilted toward Earth. Opposition marks the middle of the best time of year to see a planet. The opposition will happen on July 9.
Colors and contrasts on the globe have been enhanced. South is up. Ask amateur telescope users what's the most beautiful thing in the sky, and lots of them will say Saturn.