What’s Up In This Week’s Sky? Stargazing Suggestions For June 23–28

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Close approach of the Moon and the Beehive Cluster

The Moon joins the brightest stars

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Jupiter, Saturn and M75

Conjunction of Jupiter and Pluto

Summer Triangle

( Summer Triangle viewed from the Northern Hemisphere. )

June Bootid Meteor Shower

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