This weekend we have the Pumpkin Moon, a full moon rising in the east on Sunday night.
Friday night the moon appears near the bright red planet Mars.
Early next week the thin crescent moon takes a walk past the brilliant planet Venus.
We saw the bright planet Venus last Friday night.
Friday night’s full moon will have a more than the usual influence on our tides.
The day-old first quarter moon appears low in the southern sky Friday night.
A thin crescent moon low in the southwestern sky opens the weekend.
The two brightest planets appear as a tight pair low in the southwestern sky for the coming week.
All five of the the visible planets are holding an assembly tonight and through the coming week.