See Saturn, Mercury, Venus, Mars And More This Month
The July night sky is filled with planets to the delight of stargazers and astronomers, but you’ll have to know when and where to look to get your summer solar system fix. All through July, the planet Mars and the bright star Spica glow in the west-southwest sky during the evening hours. Saturn, the so-called Lord of the Rings, can be found to that pair’s left and will climb a bit higher (and set a bit later) each night. Toward the end of the night this month, Venus and Mercury rise up in the dawn twilight above the east-northeast horizon, just ahead of the sun.
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