The nearly full moon
will block a bright double star in the night sky tonight
And some stargazers
may be able to see it happen with binoculars or a telescope.
Northeastern U.S. and
eastern Canada can see the double star Delta Scorpii (also known as Dschubba)
"In New York City,
the leading, dark edge of the moon will cover the two stars at 10:19 p.m. EDT.
Geophysicist Chris Vaughan writes
They will emerge from behind the moon’s opposite, bright limb at 11:07 p.m. EDT,".
Delta Scorpii binary star
system (Dschubba is the primary) that can be found in the the Scorpius constellation.
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