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USPS Star Calendar for 21-27 June 14 June 2015

Posted by amedalen in June 2015.
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21 Jun    The summer solstice occurs at 1638 UT. Regulus is less than 3 finger-widths to the moon’s upper right.

23 Jun    Venus and Jupiter are separated by less than the width of 2 fingers held at arm’s length.

24 Jun    At its greatest elongation 22.5 degrees west of the sun, Mercury rises more than an hour before sunrise.

25 Jun    Spica is little more than 1 finger-width to the moon’s lower left this evening.

26 Jun    The moon lies between Spica, 1 fist-width to the right or lower right, and Saturn, 2½ fist-widths to the lower left. Venus and Jupiter are separated by only 1 finger-width.

27 Jun    The moon moves closer to Saturn this evening. Spica is more than 2 fist-widths to the right, and Saturn is 1 fist-width to the lower left.

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