In the first week of July, enjoy Jupiter, Saturn and the Moon late into the night. The trio rises in the couple of hours after sunset, and is well placed for viewing between about 10pm and 2am. They form their closest grouping over the July 4th weekend. And as you're marveling at this celestial celebration, remember, you're not looking at just one moon, but well over a hundred. At present count, Jupiter and Saturn have 161 moons between them. You can see Jupiter's four largest moons with a basic pair of binoculars, and at least one of Saturn's moons with a basic telescope. Stay Tuned!