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.
Three of the solar system’s planets are huddled together this month and you can’t see them.
Sunday night’s full moon, the Holly Moon, rises at about sunset.
The two brightest planets in our sky, Venus and Jupiter, are separating after spending time close together.
Two planets, Saturn and Mercury, hover close to the western horizon after sunset this week. On three evenings, from Sunday to Tuesday night, a thin...
Three planets appear in our eastern sky at dawn. Venus and Jupiter are about to do a handshake.

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