Two planets are visible in the early morning well before sunrise and impressive shining amid the light of dawn.
There will be a significant lunar eclipse later this month worth talking about now. If the weather is fair no one should miss it, as it is one of the...
We are in the best part of a stargazing winter this weekend. The temperature outside isn't too chilly at night and the nights this weekend are...
For those who are up early New Year’s morning, look in the southeastern skies for the crescent moon in close proximity to the bright planet Venus.
Vineyard Skies column for Friday, Dec. 21, 2018  
The first quarter moon appears tonight near the bright red planet Mars.
A thin crescent moon appears low in the southwestern sky tomorrow night.
If the weather will cooperate, we’ve got the best stargazing ahead before winter steps in.
 On Thanksgiving night we will have a full moon, the Bay Scallop Moon. The moon appears in the zodiacal constellation Taurus.

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