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There is currently a waxing (growing larger) gibbous (more than half lit) moon, which will be full next Tuesday.
The moon brightens the skies for the next several days, but there is plenty to see if we keep our attention focused on the planets.
Today is July 4, Independence Day, a national day of celebration. Go out and enjoy the early evening after sunset - and before the fireworks start.
Summer officially begins at 10:04 tonight.
There is plenty to see in the western sky tonight after sunset.
The spectacular grouping of Venus, Mercury, and Jupiter in the evening sky after sunset will continue to delight us.
New moon is today, and there is a solar annular eclipse visible in parts of Australia and the South Pacific.
Tonight look toward the southeast around 9 p.m. to see the bright full moon low in the sky. Saturn will just above it.
The moon will be in the east in the late afternoon sky, and grow more prominent as the sun gets lower in the west.
There is a lot to look for in the evening sky.
While many amateur astronomers are happy when the moon is not dimming the sky, I like the moon because of its intrinsic beauty and its usefulness as a guide.
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