We almost had clear skies for our June Young Observers meeting, but not quite. Luckily the cloud was thin enough for us to see Jupiter and the Moon though! The younger Novae learnt about Jupiter and the Juno mission, which is currently at Jupiter, and the older Supernovae learnt about some significant dates along the Earth orbit around the Sun, as well as some other solar system orbital trivia. We finished the night by making doing a refresher on how to find south using the Southern Cross.