Mike Lynch says the Venus-Jupiter show is getting better in the western sky after evening twilight. They’re the brightest star-like objects in the sky. Right now they’re less than 25 degrees apart, but during the […]
Don’t miss seeing to the conjunction between the crescent moon and Venus this evening in the southwestern sky.
Tonight, look for a super bright star just below the gibbous (football-shaped) moon. That star is actually the planet Jupiter, right around 446 million miles away.
Mike Lynch say this evening and Thursday evening the new crescent moon will have a celestial hugging with the bright planet Venus.
Over the next couple of mornings around 5 to 6 a.m. they’ll be a nice conjunction in the early morning high southwest sky between the waning gibbous moon and the planet Mars that’s about 112 million miles away.
We’ll have an almost total lunar eclipse on this coming Saturday morning in the western sky.
Mike Lynch said look for a lovely celestial hugging Tuesday night between the waxing gibbous moon and the bright planet Jupiter.
Griswald Mike Lynch’s 2011 Christmas house. Dave Lee Xmas light photos are still to come.
The annual Leonid Meteor shower peaks out tonight but especially Thursday morning between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.
They’ll be a nice celestial hugging tonight between the full moon and the bright planet Jupiter.
Check out the Pleiades star cluster in the eastern evening skies this weekend. By 9 p.m. it’s up in low eastern sky.
Mike Lynch says that the International Space Station will pass overhead this evening.
The full moon will be hugging the very bright planet Jupiter in the evening eastern sky the next few nights.
There are new photos of the Apollo landing sites taken by the NASA Lunar Reconnaissance orbiter.
In the Early morning eastern sky Thursday, look as the waning crescent moon will pass by the planet Mars in the constellation Gemini the Twins.