All five bright planets make an appearance in July with the Moon making the rounds along the ecliptic and pointing the way to each one. The best part of the Milky Way emerges in the southeast as darkness falls, offering
stargazers a chance to surf the magnificent sights along the galactic disk. And a respectable meteor shower rounds out the month! Here's what's going on in the Night Sky This Month.
3. The bright star Betelgeuse confounded astronomers last year when it unexpectedly dimmed for several weeks. Some thought it might be about to blow up as a supernova. But now, the mystery has been solved
8. Some dazzling images
from the finalists for the 'Milky Way Photographer of the Year - 2021' contest.
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