It is now summer and the nights will start to get longer. In the dark evening southeast sky “the Betelgeuse of summer”, Antares sparkles. Also, in the east is the star Vega. While the bright star Arcturus is the southern sky. The crescent moon is in western evening sky. Look for the twins Castor and Pollux close by. The moon will then join the constellation of Leo, later in the week in the evening sky. The planet Venus is low in the predawn sky. https://skyandtelescope.org/observing/this-weeks-sky-at-a-glance-june-19-27-2/