August 15, 2021

Morning sundown starts at 4:38 a.m. EDT, the splendid planet Jupiter will seem 29 degrees

By pl0n9m243u

As the lunar cycle advances, the foundation of stars and planets will seem to move toward the west every morning. On the morning of May 30, 2021, Jupiter, Saturn, and the winding down gibbous Moon will seem to shape a line from Jupiter in the southeast to the Moon in the south.

By the morning of May 31, the winding down gibbous Moon will have moved to appear to the lower left of Saturn in the south-southeast. By the morning of June 1, the Moon will have moved to show up underneath Jupiter in the southeast.

By the morning of June 2, the winding down half-moon will have moved to show up in an unpleasant line with Jupiter and Saturn, from the Moon in the southeast to Saturn in the south-southeast. Starting the morning of June 20, the planet Mercury begins showing up over the skyline around 30 minutes before dawn (an estimation of when it might begin being noticeable in the sparkle of first light). Mercury won’t begin showing up over the skyline at the time morning sundown starts until July 1.

By the morning of June 24, 2021, (the day of the full Moon after straightaway), as morning sundown starts at 4:31 a.m. EDT, the splendid planet Jupiter will seem 39 degrees over the southeastern skyline with the fainter planet Saturn 33 degrees over the southern skyline. The splendid star showing up nearest to overhead will in any case be Deneb from the Summer Triangle, showing up around 78 degrees over the northwestern skyline. Mercury won’t have risen at this point yet will ascend in the east-upper east around 23 minutes after the fact at 4:54 a.m. also might be noticeable for around 20 minutes before it is concealed by the sparkle of day break.