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1) Harry Potter is 759 pages

2) Jupiter & Venus are high(ish) and gorgeous(!) in the sky – That is a hint you should go out and look at them
3) Sagittarius is at its best. If you have never scanned it with binoculars on a clear summer night, you are missing a great chance to randomly discover for yourself a star forming region or a young cluster of stars. (7×50 binoculars will do the trick from a dark area)

4) August 12 is the Perseid meteor shower. Plan ahead – It is supposed to be truly spectacular!

I’m now going to go read number 7