Mars and Jupiter only 0.38 of a degree apart in the morning sky.
Uranus is at opposition tonight.
Tomorrow morning the Moon will finish its plunge past a bright star and three bright planets by gliding less than a degree from little Mercury.
These curious tunnels –
The dawn scene on the other side of the Sun will be rising into your weary view:
If you see a shooting star around now, it likely is one of the meteors called Draconids.
This tilted map of the summer Milky Way suddenly filled the screen in front of me. After a few moments it disappeared, and was replaced by a drawing of a rag doll.
An interesting comet will be very near to Saturn this evening, which may help in finding it with a good telescopes or binoculars.