In the Sky This Week – July 16, 2019
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Jupiter is the white dot shining in the south-southwest as twilight fades away. Saturn glows far to its upper left. Saturn glows four times as far to Jupiter's upper left. Altair is the brightest star on the southern side of the sky after dark this week. We're not counting the planets Jupiter and Saturn, far to its lower right.
This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Since Curiosity landed on August 6th , it has travelled 12 km across the Martian Surface.
Jupiter is the white dot shining in the south-southwest as twilight fades away. Saturn glows far to its upper left. Only the second object thus far to visit the solar system from interstellar space, Comet Borisov is expected to reach perihelion in December.