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astronomy, Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, Mars, Mercury, Moon, stars, conjunction

Orion

probably the easiest constellation to spot is Orion because of Orion’s Belt three stars in a row at the Hunter’s waistline Orion’s Belt is an asterism of three bright stars Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka in the the Orion Nebula, are four stars known as the Trapezium Rigel, Orion’s brightest star, blue-white Betelgeuse, red star, also called Alpha Orionis, the second-brightest in the constellation of Orion three stars that create Orion’s belt, two bright stars reddish Betelgeuse, bluish Rigel, easiest way to find Orion colors and letters

Moon and Antares star

Moon and Antares star, Antares red star in the constellation Scorpius September 7, 8 moon near Saturn September 9, moon between planets Saturn and Jupiter September 10, 11 moon near Jupiter September 16, 17 moon near Mars, constellation Orion near Mars September 10, full moon colors and letters letter S, sky, star

Moon

August 9, 10 moon near Saturn August 12,13 moon between planets Saturn and Jupiter August 15,16 moon near Jupiter August 19, 20 moon near Mars, constellation Orion near Mars August 25 moon near Venus August 11, full moon colors and letters

Moon and Saturn

Saturn see in morning sky before sunrise June 18 moon near SaturnJune 21 moon near JupiterJune 22 moon near MarsJune 26 moon near VenusJune 27 moon near Mercury see Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn in the in the pre-dawn sky, ecliptic line planetary lineup in June sky before sunrise colors and letters

Jupiter, Mars, Saturn

Jupiter, Mars, Saturn Mars and Jupiter appear close in sky see Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn in the in the pre-dawn sky, ecliptic line planetary lineup in June sky before sunrise Mercury low in the sunrise direction, brightest Venus, reddish Mars, very bright Jupiter, Saturn old gold glow colors and letters