A double delight awaits on July 27, with a full moon and the planet Mars in opposition—a fiery dot visible in the southeast about 15 minutes after the 8:27 p.m. sunset.

In the warmer waters of Tomales Bay, moon jellies are washing up on beaches. The clear bodies have a pattern of four white . . .

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