The first quarter moon appears tonight near the bright red planet Mars.
A thin crescent moon appears low in the southwestern sky tomorrow night.
If the weather will cooperate, we’ve got the best stargazing ahead before winter steps in.
 On Thanksgiving night we will have a full moon, the Bay Scallop Moon. The moon appears in the zodiacal constellation Taurus.
On Saturday night, the thin crescent moon appears close to the ringed planet Saturn.
The brightest planet in the Summer evening night sky was Venus. In November, we will see Venus return to its important role but as a morning planet....
On Sunday night the gibbous moon appears in an area of sky between the zodiacal constellations Aquarius and Pisces.
On Sunday night after sunset the crescent moon appears due south.
The bright planet fairly high in the southwestern sky this month is Jupiter.
Say goodbye to the bright planet Venus, now low in the southwestern sky after sunset.
Tomorrow night, at 9:54 p.m. autumn arrives without much fanfare. For many of us, the arrival of the Harvest Moon, the first full moon of autumn says...
Sunday night’s first quarter moon appears close and to the west of the bright planet Saturn.