A chart showing positions in late July for full moon, Saturn, Jupiter plus Pluto and Neptune.

In the Sky

Full moon, Saturn, Jupiter July 23 to 26

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What's Up: July 2021 Skywatching Tips from NASA

Venus blazes as the "Evening Star" following the sunset, with a much fainter planet Mars nearby. Catch their super close pairing on July 12. Plus, if you can find your way to dark skies, this is the best time of year to enjoy the magic of the Milky Way.

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