What's the name of the wo brightest objects shining in the southern sky we see every night ?
- MikeLv 71 month ago
Jupiter and Saturn.
- 1 month ago
You're seeing Jupiter and Saturn. A few months back, early in the morning, you could see Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn bunched up; now, Mars has drifted further east, and is highest in our sky early in the morning, after Jupiter and Saturn have set.
- SciencenutLv 71 month ago
Jupiter and Saturn, I am sure. And not far from them is the red giant star Antares. If you get up around 4:00AM you can see Mars.
- JohnLv 61 month ago
Alpha Centuri is the brightest star in the Southern Hemisphere, find the Southern Cross and you found Alpha Centuri.
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- CarolOklaLv 71 month ago
Probably Jupiter and Saturn to the south in the northern hemisphere after sunset.
Venus is a morning star and so is Sirius.
- Mindy SueLv 51 month ago
Sun and moon. If not that, then venus and ... um ... sirius