Yes we can! Saturn appears pale yellow to
the naked eye. However, you will not be able to
see Saturn's rings with just the naked eye. For
that you will need a small telescope. Below is a
diagram showing you how to spot Saturn during
March (it should be clearest tonight!).
waning moon and the star constellation Scorpius as
a guide, Saturn will be a pale yellow spot located
near the moon in the night sky! It will be most
visible around midnight, so if you can stay up
that late you may get to see Saturn =)
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