Three planets hover in our western sky in the weeks ahead.
Friday's bright gibbous moon appears in the zodiacal constellation Gemini.
The next full moon is being heralded as the closest full moon we’ve seen since 1948.
Saturday night’s crescent moon appears near the bright planet Mars.
The ringed planet was a mainstay in our southern sky for a long time this year.
This weekend we have the Pumpkin Moon, a full moon rising in the east on Sunday night.
Friday night the moon appears near the bright red planet Mars.
Early next week the thin crescent moon takes a walk past the brilliant planet Venus.
We saw the bright planet Venus last Friday night.