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HOWTO: Find Uranus with your fist

It's amazingly easy!

On Sunday evening, look toward the western sky and you'll see the moon with Jupiter shining about 7 degrees to its upper left. Your clenched fist held at arm's length measures roughly 10 degrees, so the distance separating Jupiter and the moon will measure almost three-quarters of a fist.

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