Skywatchers: Night Sky in July Is More than Fireworks; Good Month for Planets


Besides a lot of fireworks, the night sky in July is full of planets and then meteors at the end of the month.

Saturn and Mars are visible in the evening and Venus and Mercury can be found before sunrise. At the end of the month, the annual Delta Aquarid peaks with 20 meteors per hour. — Skywatching Guide:

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