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The moon will block out a bright double star tonight. How do you see it.

The moon will block out a bright double star tonight.  How do you see it.

The moon will obscure the bright double star Dschubba, or Delta Scorpii, on June 12, 2022. Stargazers in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada can see stars gliding behind the moon. (Image credit: Chris Vaughan)

The near-full moon will block out a bright double star in the night sky tonight (June 12) and some stargazers may be able to see this happen with binoculars or a telescope.

Weather permitting, stargazers in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada can see the double star Delta Scorpio (also known as Dschubba) slithering behind it. the moonUp front for about an hour. The exact time of the event varies depending on your specific location, so you’ll need to check a skywatching app like SkySafari or a program like Starry Night into the calendar for the times. Our picks for best star apps It may help you with your planning.