The Seasonal Almanac: Astronomical Events and Nature June and July 1997

The Seasonal Almanac covers astronomical events and nature for June and July 1997.

| June/July 1997

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    The Mars Pathfinder lander being tested at the JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory).
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The Seasonal Almanac shares astronomical events and nature in the months of June and July 1997. 

SEASONAL ALMANAC FOR JUNE 1997

1 Moon near Saturn this morning.

3 Comet Hale-Bopp passes the bright star Betelgeuse, but both now appear too close to our line of sight with the Sun to see.

5 NEW MOON, 3:03 A.M. EDT.



6 Venus farthest north among the constellations

10 Jupiter begins retrograde (westward) motion against the background stars.



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