Groundhog Day and along with it the start of February has significance for anyone who enjoys milder starry nights.
Saturday’s Ice Moon, a full moon, appears between the zodiacal constellations Gemini and Cancer.
On Tuesday night, the gibbous moon occults Aldebaran, one of the brightest stars in the night sky.
Two bright planets, Venus and Saturn, appear as a close pair Saturday morning, an hour before sunrise.
The crescent moon will appear close to the red planet Mars in the wee hours of Monday morning.
Share the holiday celebrations with two celestial objects in the night sky this New Year’s Eve.
Here it comes. We’ve got both Christmas and a Full Moon approaching.
The Geminid meteor shower takes place on Sunday and Monday nights and is usually the best meteor shower of the year.
A thin crescent moon appears close to the brilliant planet Venus on Monday. It is an early morning event.