Three planets appear in our eastern sky at dawn. Venus and Jupiter are about to do a handshake.
The morning sky fills with planets this month. Jupiter and Venus will be in conjunction.
Friday night, the first quarter moon appears high in the sky after sunset.
A thin crescent moon appears low in the southwestern sky Sunday night.
For those who are up early Tuesday morning there is a pretty sight in the southeastern sky well before sunrise.
The bright harvest moon continues to dominate our evening skies this weekend.
Stargazers make up a pretty good number of late night derby fishermen.
A thin crescent moon hovers low in the southwestern sky Friday night.
Saturday morning offers a cornucopia of celestial objects.

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