Angie, nice map from the almanac. Though my goto site is Heavens-Above.com where you can generate a sky map for your location and time of year.

And I'm not all that good about picking out what's in the sky because I rarely have a clear enough sky. As for the annoying folk who decided we needed a street lamp - even though it's a deadend - right where I could get a fair southwestern view, have my eternal curses.

Here's more information about the website:

Can the International Space Station and various satellites be seen from your house? If so, when and where should you look? What are the two bright stars you've seen around sunset time? The website Heavens-Above is a tool for beginners and experienced observers to answer questions like these.

Heavens-Above – website

Mona Evans
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