|Saturn and a waxing gibbous Moon pair up in the S sky after sunset
||Full (Sturgeon) Moon at 2:11pm EDT.
||Perseid meteors peak in the early morning hours. A waning gibbous Moon interferes.
||Last Quarter Moon at 9:15pm EDT
||Venus and a thin waning crescent Moon shine together in the predawn sky
||New Moon at 2:30pm EDT GREAT AMERICAN ECLIPSE!!!
|A waxing crescent Moon passes by Jupiter and Spice on these evenings
||Mercury at inferior conjunction
||First Quarter Moon at 4:13am EDT. It shines next to Saturn on this evening and the next.
is barely visible low in the W to WSW shortly after sunset during the first part
of August. Binoculars will help.
dominates the morning sky, rising 3 hours before the sun.
, just past conjunction is still not visible
continues dropping towards the WSW after sunset
, in Ophiuchus, appears low in the S sky after sunset