Tides this weekend will seem more extreme than we usually see.
There are three brilliant planets low in the southwestern sky soon after sunset.
The two brightest planets in the solar system appear in the evening western sky.
For those who rise early tomorrow morning, the thin crescent moon appears low in the southeastern sky before sunrise.
Tonight’s gibbous moon appears in the zodiacal constellation Taurus.
The moon takes over the night sky in the coming week.
Tonight’s crescent moon appears low in the southern sky, near the ringed planet Saturn.
A thin crescent moon and the bright planet Jupiter appear close together on Thursday night.
Autumn arrives Monday morning at 3:50 a.m., before most of us have awoken.
This weekend’s full moon will be smaller than usual.
This is a weekend for two of the largest planets in our solar system, Jupiter and Saturn.
The crescent moon will decorate the western sky at dusk in the nights ahead.