The Dragon Spits Fire, the Full Moon is Puny, and Jupiter Sports Two Spots!

(Draconids near the constellation of Draco (the Dragon).)
( Full Hunter’s Moon shining near the stars of constellations Cetus and Pisces. )
( Jupiter shining above the southwestern horizon. )
( The Big Dipper )
( The Great Square of Pegasus (Scheat, Markab, Algenib, and Alpheratz). )

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