They’ll be a nice celestial hugging tonight between the full moon and the bright planet Jupiter.
There are new photos of the Apollo landing sites taken by the NASA Lunar Reconnaissance orbiter.
Mike Lynch says to look for the moon and Jupiter to be close together in the pre-twilight early morning sky. They’ll be especially close together early Saturday morning.
Mike Lynch says that tonight the new crescent moon will pass just below the planet Saturn and tomorrow night the moon will be a little fatter and will pass just below the bright star Spica.
The first quarter moon and the planet Saturn will be in a celestial hugging tonight.
The full moon is passing through the constellation Scorpius the Scorpion and tonight it’s right next to the bright star Antares that marks the heart of the celestial Scorpion.
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