The planet Jupiter
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Jupiter is visible in the morning sky, becoming accessible around 22:19, when it reaches an altitude of 7° above your south-eastern horizon. It will then reach its highest point in the sky at 02:49, 36° above your southern horizon. It will be lost to dawn twilight around 05:25, 25° above your south-western horizon.
Orbital Elements 
|Semi-major axis:||5.20 AU|
|Longitude ascending node:||100.56°|
|Argument of perihelion:||-85.80°|
|Epoch of elements:||01 January 2000|
|Mean Anomaly at epoch:||19.65°|Derived quantities
|Orbital period:||11.87 years|Sources
| ||Robin M. Green, Spherical Astronomy, 1985, ISBN 0-521-31779-7|
| ||Explanatory Supplement to the Astronomical Almanac. 1992. K. P. Seidelmann, Ed., p.316|
Visibility from Fairfield
All times shown in Fairfield local time.
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