Skywatching highlights for June 2021
Today’s Video of the Day from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory describes what skywatchers can view in June 2021, including a partial solar eclipse.
The eclipse will be visible on June 10 in the northeast U.S., eastern Canada, and Northern Europe. In the United States, the event will take place at sunrise.
On summer evenings, a group of stars that make up the constellation Scorpius, the scorpion, will move across the southern sky.
Also this month, look for Jupiter and Saturn in the east after midnight, and toward the south at dawn.
The June Bootid meteor shower will be active from June 22 through to July 2, with peak activity occurring around the 27th.
Video Credit: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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