Tomorrow morning offers a big event, a thin crescent moon near the planet Mercury and Venus. Add to that, a line up of the planets Mars, Jupiter and...
Our astronomical summer arrives at 5:14 a.m. on Tuesday morning, about seven minutes after sunrise. There has been plenty of evidence already that...
Scorpius, one of the southern-most constellations in the zodiac, is a symbol to us of summer. In mythology the stars depict a life-threatening...
Tomorrow morning all the visible planets will line up for viewing in the predawn sky. As dawn arrives it will be harder to see the fainter of them.
The two distant planets Jupiter and Mars will be less than a degree apart on Sunday morning.
In the wee hours of Sunday morning the last quarter moon appears only a few degrees from the ringed-planet Saturn. The two are in the zodiacal...
The full moon will slip into the Earth’s shadow late Sunday night.
Tonight a thin crescent moon appears fairly high in the southwestern sky after sunset.
The two brightest planets in our sky are visible in the morning. Venus and Jupiter are so close they can talk to each other. This weekend they are...
Tonight (April 22) is the peak night for the Lyrid meteor shower. The best viewing will be outdoors gazing northeast, the darker the sky the better.
Four visible planets will line up almost perfectly in the morning sky on Monday.
Mercury is our only evening planet.

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