"In New York City, the main, dim edge of the moon will cover the two stars at 10:19 p.m. EDT.

The almost full moon will obstruct a splendid two fold star in the night sky this evening (June 12).

And a few stargazers might have the option to witness it with optics or a telescope.

Assuming the rainclouds hold back, stargazers in the northeastern U.S. furthermore,

Eastern Canada can see the twofold star Delta Scorpii (otherwise called Dschubba) ,

as it slips behind the moon's driving edge for about hour.

The specific season of the occasion changes relying upon your particular area, so you'll need to look at a sky watching 

Application like Sky Safari or programming like Starry Night to schedule for times. 

Our picks for the best stargazing applications might assist you with your preparation.