Here is how Mars, Antares, and Saturn are now grouped as the Moon again comes cruising over them.
The Moon momens are:
June 17, at 13h Universal Time (11 EDT): about 7 degrees from Mars
June 18, 21 UT: 10 degrees from Antares
June 19, 1 UT: 3 degrees from Saturn
June 20, 11 UT: Full
Half a day after Full Moon will come the solstice, when the Sun sets at its northernmost.
Almost opposite to it, this array slides into sight over the southern horizon.
In hot dry countries south of the Mediterranean, if you kick a stone you may find a scorpion underneath. The constellation is a scorpion because it looks like one, but its position, too, is apt: far enough south to hide, except in summer nights, behind the monster stone of the horizon.