** NASA JPL posts What’s Up Video: July 2019 | NASA

As NASA marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, here are five things to know about the Moon that you can share with others: How far away is the Moon? How big is the Moon? What color is the Moon? Why do we always see the same side of the Moon? And what are the dark areas on the Moon?

** The Hubble Space Telescope Science Institute posts “Tonight’s Sky: July 2019”:

In July, find the Scorpius constellation to identify the reddish supergiant Antares, which will lead you to discover a trio of globular star clusters. Keep watching for space-based views of these densely packed, spherical collections of ancient stars, as well as three nebulas: the Swan Nebula, the Lagoon Nebula, and the Trifid Nebula.

** Alyn Wallace posts his program on the July 2019 night sky:

** A preview of the month’s night sky plus a schedule for some space related events: Skywatch: What’s happening in the heavens in July – The Washington Post


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