On Sunday night the gibbous moon rises late in the evening near the red planet Mars. Both are in the zodiacal constellation Pisces.
This weekend the gibbous moon passes by the planets Jupiter and Saturn before becoming full on Monday night.
There is a big difference between a meteor and a comet.
The brightest planet in the morning sky is Venus and it is not alone.
The red planet Mars rises in the eastern sky after midnight.
The full moon hangs in the southern sky tomorrow night on the Fourth of July.
Tomorrow night’s first quarter moon appears in the zodiacal constellation Virgo.
Welcome summer! The official moment is tomorrow, Saturday at 5:44 p.m.
Next week the morning sky gets the attention.
Two bright planets steal the show this summer as they get closer and closer together.
The brightest planet of the skies has disappeared.
For those looking in the western sky tonight, two planets are side by side.