Jupiter and Venus bright in June

A stretch of clear mornings and nights may have revealed two planets to you so far this month.

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If you don't like waking up early, try and find Jupiter it will be bright in the evening sky in the southwest. 

Jupiter will stay up until about 3 a.m. If waking up early is something you do, head outside about two hour before sunrise to find Venus.

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Venus shines bright in the eastern sky just before the sun comes up. 

These planets will be brighter than the stars around them and won't twinkle. 

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