We’ve got moonless nights ahead.
The evening sky offers us two planets for viewing, at bookends.
Tomorrow night’s full moon, the Honey Moon, appears low in the southern sky in the zodiacal constellation Scorpius.
Tomorrow night’s first quarter moon appears in proximity to the zodiacal constellation Leo, the lion.
The peak of the Eta Aquarid Meteor Shower will take place in the early hours of Monday morning.
Gemini, the last winter zodiacal constellations in our sky this evening appears low in the western sky after sunset.
The photographed black hole that received world-wide attention last week resides in the constellation Virgo. While the celestial object and the...
Sunday night's gibbous moon appears close to the bright star Regulus in the zodiacal constellation Leo. This is another sign that the season is...
On Monday night, the thin crescent moon appears close to the red planet Mars in the western sky. The two are in the winter zodiacal constellation...
A thin crescent moon appears low in the southeastern sky tomorrow morning, in close proximity to the bright planet Venus.
Tonight’s two-day old full moon appears in close proximity to the bright star Spica, in the zodiacal constellation Virgo.
Three of the visible planets — Venus, Saturn and Jupiter — are an easy sight an hour before sunrise. They form a line in the southeastern sky.

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