Autumn’s celestial sea: Catch these ‘water’ constellations in the night sky this fall

Autumn officially arrives in the Northern Hemisphere on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 9:31 a.m. EDT (1331 GMT). And consequently, our evening sky is now one in transition. 

Many of the striking star groups and rich Milky Way fields of a summer evening still remain with us in the western sky, while the brilliant star Capella ascending in the northeast is a promise of more luminaries to come. 

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