The warm evening nights have some great views of the summer stars. The bright summer star Vega is overhead at about 10 PM. While the star Arcturus shines brightly in the west. The full moon is Wednesday. On Saturday, the planet Saturn will be at opposition; around midnight, it will be high in the sky. The winter stars and constellations are starting to reappear in the dark morning sky. Look for Orion close to the southeastern horizon before sunrise. While in the east, the planet Venus twinkles brightly below the constellation of Gemini. https://skyandtelescope.org/astronomy-news/observing-news/this-weeks-sky-at-a-glance-august-5-13-2/