HubbleSite.org has released a video with the June night sky highlights: the evening and morning planets, summer constellations, star clusters, brightest stars and a partial solar eclipse on June 1. Watch the clip below.
EVENING & MORNING PLANETS
- Saturn – southwestern sky – 10 pm
- Jupiter – eastern sky – 5 am
- Corona Borealis, the Northern Crown, representing the wedding crown of Ariadne
- Hercules constellation with the Keystone asterism and two star clusters: Messier 13, the brightest globular cluster in the sky this time of year, and Messier 92, a globular cluster located just outside the Keystone asterism
- Draco constellation with the binary star Nu Draconis
- June 1 – partial solar eclipse visible in Alaska, northern Canada, eastern Asia and far-northern Europe