September 24, 2021: The Summer Triangle – Vega, Altair, and Deneb – is high in the south during the early evening hours.
July Early Mornings, 2021: Step outside as morning twilight begins, about two hours before sunrise. Look high in the south for the Summer Triangle, high above Jupiter and Saturn.
July, 2021: During the early evening sky, Hercules is nearly overhead as evening twilight ends. The constellation has a spectacular star cluster.
May 20, 2021: With two bright planets in the southeast before sunrise, the Summer Triangle – Vega, Altair, and Deneb – is high in the south as daylight approaches.
April 29, 2021: Evening Star Venus and bright Mercury are in the west-northwest during bright twilight. As the sky darkens, Mars is at the feet of Gemini in the western sky. Through a binocular the Red Planet is above the star cluster Messier 35.