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The line up of our Moon, planets, and certain stars along the ecliptic continues – as it does every day and night. It is convenient that with this arrangement of celestial objects it is easy to form a mental image of the ecliptic path across the sky. Click here
to see a graphic, from a previous post, that shows the ecliptic.
On Wednesday evening, 4 June, the 6.5 day old waxing crescent Moon will be within 6-7o degrees from the star Regulus in the constellation Leo the Lion.
Click here to go to the Qué tal in the Current Skies web site for more observing information for this month.