SKY SIGHTS AHEAD: The moon tonight has a waxing gibbous shape (waxing = growing, gibbous = between half full and full). The planet Mars lies to the right of the moon tonight. On June 10, the moon will appear near the planet Saturn. The moon will be full 13 minutes after midnight on June 13.
This week the planet Jupiter is the brightest point of light in the early evening sky, now setting in the west around 11 p.m.
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How far we can see is limited by the age of the universe. Beyond this cosmic horizon, the universe could go on forever.