See the moon within the grip of the scorpion’s claws on March 13


The moon will discover itself within the grip of a cosmic scorpion within the early hours of Monday (March 13) because it visits the celebrities that comprise the claws of the Scorpius constellation, the Scorpion.

Look to the southern sky within the early morning earlier than daybreak to seek out the moon by the celebrities that make up the Scorpion‘s claws: Jabbah or Nu Scorpii, Acrab or Beta Scopii, Dschubba or Delta Scorpii, Pi Scorpii, and Rho Scor. The moon shall be in its waning gibbous section whereas its illuminated face recedes in direction of the half-illuminated third quarter moon on Wednesday (March 15).

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