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See the moon near the claws of the Scorpius constellation Friday

See the moon shine near the claws of the Scorpius constellation just after dusk Friday night (Sept. 2). 

The nearly half-illuminated moon rises tonight in the southwestern sky. It will appear near the row of small white stars that form the claws of Scorpius, which, from top to bottom, includes Jabbah or Nu Scorpii, Graffias or Acrab, Dschubba, Pi Scorpii, and Rho Scorpii.

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