July 26, 2022: The crescent moon makes a spectacular artistic display with Venus before sunrise. Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn arc across the sky above Venus. Draco is in the north after twilight ends.
July 25, 2022: The thin crescent moon is nearly caught between the Bull’s horns before daybreak. The four bright planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – nearly span the sky before daybreak.
July 24, 2022: A thin crescent moon is in the eastern sky this morning, along with the planet parade that includes Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
July 23, 2022: A spectacular morning crescent moon is near the Pleiades star cluster before sunrise. The four bright planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – continue to parade in the morning sky.
July 22, 2022: In the morning planet parade, the crescent moon is between Mars and the Pleiades star cluster. Through a binocular the moon is near Uranus. After sundown, Ophiuchus is in the south.
July 21, 2022: Winter begins in the Martian northern hemisphere today. Before sunrise, the thick lunar crescent is near Mars in the morning planet parade of four planets and the lunar orb.
July 20, 2022: Today is the anniversary of the first moon landing. In the morning sky, the moon is between Mars and Jupiter. Saturn rises into the southeastern sky during the evening hours.
July 19, 2022: The moon is near the Jupiter in the southern sky before daybreak. Pluto is at opposition tonight. Saturn is making its appearance in the east-southeast after twilight ends.
July 18, 2022: The morning planet parade is slowly breaking up. The Venus – Saturn gap continues to widen. Orion’s Bellatrix is making its first morning appearance. Saturn appears in the east-southeast as evening twilight ends.
July 17, 2022: The gibbous moon is between Jupiter and Saturn this morning. Morning Star Venus and Mars are farther eastward. After night falls, Hercules can be seen high in the south.