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This Week's Sky at a Glance, July 1 – 9

This Week's Sky at a Glance, July 1 – 9

The Moon waxes across the evening sky from Leo to Scorpius. The five-planet lineup in the dawn is now four. And amateur astronomers plan to be recording as Saturn's hazy moon Titan occult a star about as bright as Titan itself for most of North America.

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  • Flying with Ingenuity on Mars

    Jim Bell

  • A Visit to Taurus Poniatovii

    Brian Ventrudo

  • Seeing Saturn’s Ring Spokes

    William Sheehan