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  • Tajin
    Apr 13,  · Moon and Saturn On Wednesday, if you can stay up until the last lonely hours before dawn again, you'll see a slightly slimmer, waning crescent moon .
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    Jun 04,  · They'll be visible from around midnight, depending on your location, until just before dawn. Jupiter and Saturn will also get fairly close to a nearly-full moon on the nights of June 7 and 8.
  • Vull
    Jun 01,  · In the southeastern sky in the hours before dawn on Saturday, June 13, the waning half-illuminated moon will pass four finger widths to the lower left (or degrees to the celestial southeast.
  • Fegis
    Jun 28,  · Finally, on July 17, the waning crescent Moon will be to the left of Venus, in the predawn sky. Constellations — Low in our western sky, the bright star is Regulus, part of Leo, the Lion. Head.
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