Below are Sky Maps that will help you to locate the planets from the Sky Watch column in the June-July 2020 issue of The Mountain Astrologer.
Saturn, Jupiter and Mars at dawn on June 1, 2020
Mercury after sunset on June 1, 2020
Mercury after sunset on June 6, 2020
Moon with Jupiter & Saturn on the morning of June 9, 2020 – also Mars
Mars, Moon, Saturn & Jupiter on the morning of June 12, 2020
Moon past Mars on morning of June 13, 2020 – also Saturn & Jupiter
The morning sky on June 15, 2020
Venus, Mars, Saturn & Jupiter at dawn on June 30, 2020
July 5, 2020 at dawn – Venus (not pictured) will be in the east.
Moon with Jupiter & Saturn on July 6, 2020 at dawn – also Mars (Venus will visible be further east)
July 11, 2020 showing all 4 planets and Moon at dawn
July 12, 2020 Moon with Mars at dawn – also Venus to the east and Saturn, Jupiter to the west
Morning sky on July 15, 2020
Moon heading toward Venus on the morning of July 16, 2020 also Mars, Saturn & Jupiter
Venus below the Moon on July 17, 2020 – also Mars, Saturn & Jupiter.
Jupiter & Saturn rising as the sunsets on July 17, 2020
Mercury appears in the morning sky on July 19, 2020 – ALL 5 NAKED-EYE PLANETS ARE SIMULTANEOUSLY VISIBLE !!! The next few weeks are worth getting out of bed early for. You don’t want to miss the chance to see all the planets at once.
Delta Aquarid Meteor shower peaks – radiant pictured here – meteors can streak across the sky in all directions
Capricornid meteor shower peaks – radiant is circled here. Tracing the meteors back to their apparent origin in the sky can help you determine if you just saw a shooting star from the Aquarids or Capricornids
Jupiter & Saturn setting on July 31, 2020 – also Mars in the southern sky
Jupiter & Saturn appearing in the east at sunset on July 31, 2020