Jun 6th:  Awesome Astronomy’s June Sky Guide

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Podcaster: Ralph, Paul & Jen

Title : Awesome Astronomy’s June Sky Guide

Organization: Awesome Astronomy

Link : www.awesomeastronomy.com

Description: What to look out, and up, for in June.

Ralph, Paul & Jen pick their highlights for this month’s skies; starting with the solar system objects on offer to observers and imagers:

  • Asteroid Vesta at opposition
  • Saturn
  • An overview of Venus, Jupiter and Mars
  • Comet 21P – Giacobini–Zinner in Cygnus

Next up, we take a deep sky pick from our list of favourites for this time of year.

  • Ralph – The Double Double, Epsilon Lyrae, in Lyra
  • Paul –  Globular Clusters available to view in Ophiuchus
  • Jen – Colourful binary star Albireo in Cygnus

And we finish this sky guide with June’s moon phases.

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