Three planets shine together tomorrow morning before sunrise.
This weekend we’ll have extreme astronomical tides.
Next Friday morning you can see three celestial objects together in the southeastern sky before sunrise.
The once dominant planet in our evening sky, Venus has disappeared and won’t reappear until late this month.
Three planets hover over the western sky tonight after sunset. We’ve all been watching the brightest of them all, Jupiter high in the western sky....
This weekend is probably your last chance to see all four visible planets lined up in the southwestern sky right after sunset.
Four of the visible planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Venus and Mercury, will appear together in the southwestern skies a short time after sunset.
The faint comet, Comet Leonard, will appear right under the planet Venus tomorrow night.
The Geminids Meteor Shower, usually the largest meteor shower of the year takes place next Monday night.
We’ve missed the red planet Mars. For much of this year until late summer, Mars hung high in our southern and southwestern sky in the evening.
On Wednesday night the bright gibbous moon appears in the zodiacal constellation Gemini.
In the late evening of Thursday, Nov. 18, or more closely to Friday morning beginning at 2:18 a.m. the moon will noticeably appear to move into the...