Scheduled air date: 2002 Aug 19-25
Two favorite Summer constellations, Sagittarius (the centaur) and Scorpius (the scorpion), can be easily spotted in the heart of the Milky Way, our own galaxy. The popular "Teapot" asterism is comprised of several of the stars in Sagittarius.
(Shown for mid-Northern latitudes at about 9:00-10:00 PM during late August/early September.)
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