Friday morning a thin crescent moon appears in the southeastern sky before sunrise.
There is only one planet in our early evening sky.
Tides will be again extreme next week as the full moon, a Blue Moon, will be close.
Mira is a facinating variable star. For most of the year, it is too faint to see.
We are now into the best of winter stargazing. The moon is in the New Moon phase on Wednesday, which gives us the best of late night and early...
The two visible planets, Mars and Jupiter, are remarkably close together in the morning sky.
You’ll probably notice that tides are running higher and lower than normal in the days and nights ahead.
Our first quarter moon appears high in the evening sky on Christmas night.
The only two visible planets appear high in the southeastern sky an hour or more before sunrise.

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