Saturn reaches opposition tomorrow when it makes its closest and brightest appearance of the year. You’ll find it tucked between Antares and Kaus Borealis, the star at the top of the “Teapot”.
Stellarium

Saturn, considered by many the most beautiful sight in the sky, comes to opposition this week with its rings in full tilt.  You won’t want to miss it.

Source: Sky and Telescope

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