How do you find Saturn through a telescope?

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The planet Saturn is easily visible to the naked eye. First determine when Saturn will be visible in you area by visiting the sky calendar at space. After you have found where, find a spot to set up your telescope in such a way that is not wobble. During the night, locate the planet with your naked eye then point your telescope towards its direction. You will note that as the earth rotates, Saturn will move out of the telescope's view.
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