Thursday, June 21, 2007

Solstice observing

Okay everyone, it's officially been summer for eight hours and seven minutes as of my typing this sentence. That means new and exciting stars to look at. And if you're inclined to do so, there's observing tomorrow night at Weaver at 9:30pm (as always, weather permitting). Right now Venus and Saturn are in the western sky, while Jupiter is very bright in Scorpius in the east. As for constellations, the ever-famous Summer Triangle is starting to creep higher in the sky along with Hercules, Ophiuchus, and Scoprius, while Leo's still hanging around with Saturn and Venus over toward the west.

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