Stargazers can spot the two brightest objects in the asteroid belt this month and throughout autumn.
Both Ceres and Vesta can be found near Jupiter, among the stars of the constellations Taurus and Gemini. People should look to the eastern sky in the late evening this month. You can’t miss Jupiter. These two objects shine at a magnitude of 7 and 8, making them challenging but rewarding objects to find in a telescope.