The Full Strawberry Moon, Summer Starts, Mercury and Mars Smooch, and a Look at Ophiuchus!

(On Friday after midnight, Europa and its shadow will cross Jupiter for two hours, with the Great Red Spot. The event will end at about 2:20 am EDT on Saturday morning.)
( Close approach of Mercury and Mars in the night sky on Tuesday, June 18. )
( The view of Ophiuchus constellation from Star Walk 2 app. )

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