Jupiter is low in the western sky after sunset through September
Venus is our morning “star” throughout September. It will cross in to Leo September 9 and join Mercury and Mars there! Look on the morning of September 18 when these three planets join a crescent moon.
Saturn: the ringed planet travels with Ophiuchus throughout September. It is 30 degrees in the sky after sunset and close to Antares.
Comets: Look for Comet Panstarrs C/2015 ER61 near the Pleiades in September
NEW HORIZONS is past Pluto. Follow the progress at http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/newhorizons/main/index.html
JUNO is orbiting Jupiter! Follow the NASA link below for updates on the mission:
“Astronomy compels the soul to look upward, and leads us from this world to another.” Plato, Philosopher
Q: How does the Man in the Moon cut his hair?
A: Eclipse it. (Astronomytrek.com)