Red and Black Spots on Sunday’s Jupiter, Ceres Peaks, and Old Moon gives Dark Sky Delights!

(Mars, which is slowly sinking into the western evening twilight, will be joined by Mercury this week. All week long, watch Mars move with respect to the star Mebsuta, which marks the waist of Castor, the westerly twin of Gemini.)
(The might and bright planet Jupiter will be visible in the late evening sky this week.)
( The dwarf planet Ceres reaches opposition on Tuesday, May 28. )
( The bright star Arcturus pops into view high in the eastern sky, heralding the summer stargazing season. )

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