This constellation is not the easiest to identify, because its stars are rather faint and it never rises high in the UK sky

The full Moon is always a beautiful sight in the night sky, but this month it is particularly useful as well. Those with a good southern horizon can use it to identify two rather more elusive celestial sights: the planet Saturn and the constellation Sagittarius, the Archer.

At midnight, as 27 June becomes 28, the Moon will be full. It will sit fairly low in the southern sky and the planet Saturn will be just below it to the left.

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