Rise well before sunrise Sunday morning and you’ll see the gibbous moon appearing high in the south.
On Monday night the moon, almost full, appears close to the bright planet Jupiter.
Saturday morning, if you are up early enough, you’ll find the bright planet Venus low in the southeastern sky.
The weather lately may not suggest spring, but spring abounds in the night sky.
The two largest planets in our solar system, Saturn and Jupiter, command our late evening sky.
This weekend’s full moon, the Mud Moon, will dominate our evening skies.
Friday night’s first quarter moon appears in the zodiacal constellation Taurus, in the head of the bull.
After spending most of the winter together, the two planets Mars and Venus are parting company.
The brightest planet in our western sky early at night sure has received a lot of attention.