On June 1, 2016 Saturn Is Going To Be Very Close To The Earth And You Dare Not Miss It!

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has confirmed the news that on June 1, 2016, Saturn will be closest to Earth than it has ever been in the past 10,000 years. This astronomical sight is going to be really special, especially for all astronomy lovers and students.

The last few years have been really incredible for NASA and other space agencies of the world, especially for Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The search of life on Mars has been the major attraction in the last couple of years.

This sight is going to be ‘unlike any other astronomical sight.’

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NASA spokesperson George Pooler says-

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zz“Saturn does not often come this close to Earth, and this will be a sight no one currently living has ever seen.”

He says that NASA hopes to see the opposite side of Saturn as it rotates by.

zzzThe other side of the second largest planet in our solar system has never been photographed yet.

This isn’t going to be an ordinary space event!

zzzz“We are extremely excited to be able to study this planet better, but also, that people will be able to get a glimpse of an amazing, ringed planet, which is not something normally able to happen,” Pooler continues.

“In 1930, Saturn came very close, but not as close as it will come this time.”

zzzzz“We have some images of Saturn from the last rotation, but this will be an amazing sight that will blow the last time out of the water.”

“We are expecting this worldwide spectacle on June 1st 2016.”

zzzzzzNASA spokesman Pooler informed about the timing of the space event. “we will be able to see Saturn here in the United States at 4:45 PM EST and in the United Kingdom at 9:45 PM ET.”

Here’s the video of the pictures of the Earth and Moon taken on July 19, 2013, by NASA’s Saturn system probe.

Get ready with your cameras, folks!

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