The three out of four closest planets to the Sun have all but disappeared from our view.
Tonight’s gibbous moon appears near the bright planet Jupiter and the brilliant red star Antares.
Tonight’s thin crescent moon is easier to see than last night.
The Fourth of July offers those of us who love fireworks an opportunity to appreciate the night skies over Martha’s Vineyard.
Summer officially arrives at 11:54 a.m. this morning.
On Monday night, you get a chance to see the ringed-planet Saturn, guaranteed.
In Roman mythology Jupiter is King of the Gods.
We’ve got moonless nights ahead.
The evening sky offers us two planets for viewing, at bookends.