The moon and Mars will be together on Wednesday evening, the evening before Thanksgiving.
A relatively small meteor shower, the Leonids takes place on the evening of Monday, Nov. 16 and into the early morning of the next day.
Venus is the easiest and brightest planet to spot high in the east in the morning.
Tomorrow we have a Blue Moon, a full moon. While there is no color change, the name of a color refers more to its rarity. You won’t see anything...
On Wednesday night the gibbous moon and the bright red planet Mars start the evening low in the southeastern sky.
The annual Orionid meteor shower takes place on Wednesday morning after midnight.
One of the great features of autumn nights is high overhead when the Milky Way, our galaxy, crosses the sky. You can’t miss it on a moonless night.
The red planet Mars is a spectacle rising in the eastern sky soon after sunset. A brighter Mars will not be visible until the year 2035, and for many...
Tonight’s gibbous moon appears right underneath the bright planet Saturn.
An orange sun and skies in the morning and late afternoon aren’t the only changes that have come with the high altitude smoke in our atmosphere.
On Monday morning, well before the sun rises there is a treat.
Tomorrow night offers a real treat. The brilliant red planet Mars will appear close to the gibbous moon.