June 18, 2022: The moon joins the morning planet parade. Find it near Saturn before daybreak. After sunset, Arcturus is high in the southwestern sky.
June 17, 2022: Five bright planets are becoming visible before sunrise. The planets are in order from the sun – Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
June 16, 2022: For southern hemisphere observers, the morning planets are in their full parade mode. Northern hemisphere observers continue to wait for Mercury to make its full appearance.
June 15, 2022: The morning moon is in front of the Teapot. The morning planet parade continues in the eastern sky before sunrise. As night falls, the Summer Triangle signals that the summer season is arriving north of the equator.
June 13, 2022: Mercury continues its slow entrance into the morning sky to join the predawn planet parade. After sundown, the bright moon is near Antares
June 12, 2022: Mercury is beginning to enter the morning sky to make a planet parade of the five brightest planets. After sundown, the moon is near the Scorpion’s forehead.
June 11, 2022: Four bright planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn are in the eastern sky before sunrise. After sunset, the bright gibbous moon is near the Scorpion’s southern claw.
June 10, 2022: Today four morning planets shine in the east before sunrise. Today is the earliest sunrise time. The bright evening moon is between Spica and the Scorpion’s pincers.
June 9, 2022: The morning planet parade of five bright planets is forming in the eastern sky before sunrise. The gibbous moon is near the star Spica after sunset
June 8, 2022: Bright stars adorn the morning sky along with the string of four morning planets. The evening waxing moon nears the star Spica.