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Evenings this month are ideal for stargazing, with the Summer Triangle—comprising Altair, Deneb, and Vega—dominating the night sky. Stargazers can also see planets, star clusters, and two meteor showers with the naked eye, even within urban areas. Jackie Faherty from the American Museum of Natural History highlights the Summer Triangle as July’s main attraction. Additionally, the Scorpius constellation, featuring the orange-red supergiant Antares, and the bright blue star Spica in Virgo, which will perform a “magic trick” on July 13, are also visible.

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