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A table listing some of the Astronomical Phenomena for June 2013:

Phenomena June

DayEvent
1NEO Asteroid 285263 (1998 QE2) mag 10.6 visible in Libra following close approach to Earth of approx. 5.8 million km or 3.6 million miles
1Asteroid (97) Klotho mag 12.5 is at opposition in Ophiuchus
3Moon passes 4 degrees north of Uranus mag 5.9 (8 UT)
7Neptune mag 7.9 is stationary in Aquarius (18 UT)
8New Moon (15:56 UT)
9Moon is at apogee 406,485 km (21:54 UT)
10Moon passes 5 degrees south of Venus mag -3.8 (11 UT)
10Moon passes 6 degrees south of Mercury mag 0.2 (23 UT)
12Mercury mag 0.4 is at greatest elongation east 24 degrees (17 UT)
13Venus is at perihelion 0.718 AU (approx. 107 million km or 66.7 million miles) from the Sun (14 UT)
16First quarter Moon (17:24 UT)
18Moon passes 0.1 degrees north of Spica mag 1.0, occultation is visible from Caribbean, northern South America, southwest Africa (20 UT)
19Jupiter is in conjunction with the Sun (16 UT)
19Moon passes 4 degrees south of Saturn mag 0.4 (17 UT)
20Mercury mag 1.1 passes 2 degrees south of Venus mag. -3.8 (18 UT)
21NH Summer Solstice, SH Winter Solstice (5 UT)
21Moon passes 7 degrees north of Antares mag 1.0 (23 UT)
23Venus mag -3.8 passes 5 degrees south of Pollux mag 1.1 (1 UT)
23Moon is at perigee 356,991 km (11:18 UT)
23Full Moon (11:32 UT)
25Mercury mag 1.9 is stationary (23 UT)
25Asteroid (37) Fides mag 11.4 is at opposition in Sagittarius
27Moon passes 6 degrees north of Neptune mag 7.9 (21 UT)
29Mercury is at aphelion 0.467 AU (approx. 69.9 million km or 43.4 million miles) from the Sun (1 UT)
30Last quarter Moon (4:54 UT)
30Moon passes 4 degrees north of Uranus mag 5.9 (15 UT)