Starting yesterday evening, Mercury, Venus and Saturn began forming a small, brightly-lit, triangular constellation in the night sky. This spectacular planetary grouping can be viewed through Sunday by anyone with an unobstructed view of the west-northwest horizon. The above graphic shows the three planets as they will appear on June 26 at 9:30 p.m. (local time) from mid-northern latitudes. Read more at Space.com(1).
Graphic: Space.com/Starry Night Software