July 31st, 2019, 07:01 a.m. local time
There is a saying, at least here in America, that if you believe a far-fetched notion/idea/something, then I have some prime swampland in Florida to sell you.
Today’s picture via my iPhone was taken with not a cloud in the sky, perfect for celestial viewing. You can catch a glimpse of the Sun’s radiance behind the depot roof (I was waiting for the next train). Framed in the center is the constellation Gemini with its two bright stars, Castor and Pollux. Mercury is there as well, near the bottom. Above Gemini you’ll find Auriga, which contains several impressive deep sky objects. And it may be difficult to tell, but you can also see a bit of the constellation Taurus in the upper right and the top of Orion near the lower bottom.
And as an added bonus, the young Moon and Venus are present as well, though they hug close to the Sun right now.
For your benefit, I masked via a curves layer most of the Sun’s glare, which hopefully has allowed you to admire all these astronomical wonders. Wait, still can’t see them? Check again in six months and it should be fine.