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Fort Wayne Astronomical Society, General Meeting Tuesday, June 21 , 7:30pm, Georgetown Public Library, 6600 East State Blvd, 46815
This meeting will feature a presentation by Amera Platt, instructor form Indiana Tech "Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion."
June Night Sky: Saturn is directly opposite Sun the 3rd and is up all night. Mercury in the morning is at its greatest distance
from the Sun the 5th. A poor one for northerners being too close to the horizon at sunrise.Jupiter will be just west of the waxing
crescent Moon at sunset on the 11th. Monday, June 20, 6:34 p.m. EDT, Summer Solstice, longest daylight, Summer begins.
Venus is too close to the Sun to be observed. Mars continues to dominate the evening sky in Libra. Saturn is nearby in
Ophiuchus. Jupiter is well placed in the evening sky in Leo. Full Moon June 20th. Next new Moon, July 4th.