June 22 – Mercury, Venus, Jupiter and Saturn
- Mercury at magnitude -0.5 may be viewed in the western sky shortly after sunset.
- Venus at magnitude -4.0 will be visible in the western sky after sunset.
- Jupiter is the brightest object in the night sky (other than the Moon) at magnitude -2.4 (smaller number means brighter), find it in the southern sky.
- Ringed Saturn will be magnitude 0.0, and can be seen left of Jupiter in the south-east, and is low on the horizon in the early evening.
- If you arrive by car, please park by 8:20 PM. Bring a chair if you can. Our presentation will start about 8:40, and observing at 9:30.