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at about midnight Local Time (LT), northern hemisphere,
or May 2:00 LT or June 22:00 LT
|Notes to the data
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The nights of June are very short on the northern hemisphere at moderate
northern latitudes. The above view shows all the sky in June at local midnight.
The constellation of Sagittarius with its asterism of the teapot is just visible
above the southern horizon. Close by is the center of our milky way.