Tonight the moon will be full and glorious. It will disturb sleep, aid wreckers and smugglers and gaze down on a world turned to silver by her light. If we are lucky the sky will be wrent by lightning and our morning walks refreshed by a rainstorm the night before. If we are very lucky we might find those antlers that we can take home and show our horrified spouses.
July becomes even more interesting on the 25th and 26th with a close approach of Jupiter and the moon. Jupiter will rise about 10:30 and will be lost to view in the dawn at 3pm.