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.
Mike Lynch says to look for the moon and Jupiter to be close together in the pre-twilight early morning sky. They’ll be especially close together early Saturday morning.
Thursday morning the Perseid Meteor Shower continues and especially between 3 a.m. and 5:30.
The next several early mornings before twilight look for meteors of shooting stars, especially away from ares of heavy city lighting, in the countryside. It’s part of the Perseid meteor shower that peaks this Friday […]
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Tomorrow (Thursday) morning they’ll be a really cool crescent moon in the eastern sky.
Mike Lynch competed in a Blueberry Pie-Eating contest at Monticello Riverfest on Saturday afternoon.
At 8:23 this evening, a half hour before sunset, select a spot where you can see the sun in the low northwestern sky.
Here’s the first of my celestial shots I took in Portal Arizona earlier this month.
Fourth place has never sounded so good when it comes to the snowiest winter. As of midnight Tuesday, the Twin Cities snow total is 85.3 inches, according to airport officials.
Check out what you can see in the sky this weekend.