The autumnal equinox, at 6:04 p.m. on Sept. 22, ushers in a new moon the next day. We will soon look for the late-year meteor showers, with the Draconids in early October. Jupiter will begin to appear at the end of the week as a larger sparkle in the western sky.

Autumn is here regardless of the . . .

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