. September promises another busy month for passionate sky watchers and willing In the coming weeks, there will be a great show that revolves around some spectacular views of the Milky Way that you should not miss.
Many exciting planetary sightings are also in the mix, as the Inquisitr reported Neptune to the opposition on 7 September and Venus towards the end of the month more dazzling than ever.
The brightest planet in the solar system, Venus reaches its highest luminosity for the whole year on 21
But before Venus greets us with her presence, this Sunday's celestial apparitions with a rare appearance of Jupiter's Fourth Galilei appear a moons, citing News Beezer Tulsa World .
Io, Europe, Callisto and Ganymed will be visible in the night sky all week, so stick to your binoculars and get ready for a special treat.
The four moons begin in full formation and will appear on Sunday evening on the east side of Jupiter.
On Monday, September 3, Io and Europe begin to dance Jupiter. A telescope view in broad daylight shows the two moons traversing the gas giant as Io and Europe pass by the planet.
"For observers in Europe and only in West Africa, on Monday, September 3, Io's shadow will begin at 16:42 UT [12:42 p.m. EDT] in daylight," explains Space . "At 18:30 UT [2.30 p.m. EDT]Europe's shadow will connect with Ios and the duo will traverse 33 minutes until Io's shadow disengages from the planet at 19:03 UT [3.03 p.m. EDT]."