What’s Up in June 2022 with NASA Skywatching Tips

Last Updated on June 5, 2022 by Solar System Ambassador Pam Rolller

Here’s an update from our local Solar System Ambassador Pam Roller:

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The morning quartet of Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, and Mars continues to shine, though they will spread farther apart over the next couple of months. Globular cluster M13, aka the Hercules Cluster, is best observed with a telescope, but binoculars will reveal it as a fuzzy spot. And the constellation Lyra is easily located thanks to its brightest star, Vega.

This link also includes the phases of the moon for June.

Credits: NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Preston Dyches