The full moon has been waning (getting smaller) since Saturday night, but it will still be large in the sky Tuesday night.
In fact, it’s 94 percent illuminated in its waning gibbous phase. The moon is a late riser tonight, rising in the east-southeast sky at 10:47 pm.
If you venture out to watch the moon rise tonight, look up a little higher toward the southeast and you’ll see both Saturn and Jupiter as well. Saturn and Jupiter will be visible all night before fading away with the morning twilight.
The moon doesn’t set until after sunrise tomorrow morning, with a moonset time of 9:52 am. Enjoy the view!
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