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June 2012 Stargazing, Part 1

In this guide to the June sky, I am focusing on the north and east views of mid-northern latitudes. Looking east, the Summer Triangle is up by 10 or 11 p.m. This *asterism is made up of three bright stars … Continue reading

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The Summer Triangle

The first day of summer is June 21, just about two weeks away. The Summer Triangle now appears in the east at dusk. Made of three bright stars from three different constellations, the Summer Triangle can be picked out when … Continue reading

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