June 7, 2022: The gap between the four bright morning planets continues to widen in the eastern predawn sky. During the evening, the moon is in western Virgo.
June 6, 2022: The nine classic planets are in the sky simultaneously during late June. Ambitious sky watchers should begin looking soon for Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto before Mercury joins the morning parade.
June 5, 2022: Saturn begins to retrograde today. It leads the morning planet parade before daybreak. As night falls the crescent moon is near the star Regulus and approaching Eta Leonis.
June 4, 2022: The four morning planets continue with their planet dance in the east before sunrise. After sundown, the crescent moon, among the stars of Cancer is between Leo and Gemini.
June 3, 2022: The four morning bright planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – are in the eastern sky. Venus noticeably changes its place along the horizon. The evening moon is with the Beehive star cluster.
June 2, 2022: The four morning planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn – continue to spread out along the ecliptic in the eastern sky before sunrise. The moon is near the Gemini Twin Pollux after sundown.
June 1, 2022: Four bright planets are scattered across the eastern horizon before sunrise. Evening crescent moon is near the dwarf planet 1 Ceres.
May 31, 2022: Venus and Mars scoot away from Jupiter and Saturn in the eastern morning sky. The razor-thin crescent moon is visible after sundown.
May 30, 2022: After yesterday’s conjunction, Mars is east of Jupiter trailing behind Venus. In the evening four bright stars, leftovers from the winter evening sky are in the western sky.
May 29, 2022: Mars passes bright Jupiter this morning in a relatively close conjunction. The separation is 0.6°. Morning Star Venus and Saturn are nearby.