March marks a turning point in the Earth’s celestial dance. This month, we approach the first equinox of the calendar year, and the seasons officially ‘change’ after the equinox passes. There are also a variety of interesting opportunities to get out and see some of the different objects in our night sky. From opportunities to see many of the planets …
Planets, meteors, and stars – oh my! Learn the must-see events in the February night sky, and on which nights each will happen.
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Have a New Year’s resolution to go stargazing in 2021? Here are some astronomical events in the January night sky this year.
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December is the wonderful time of year; it’s also a great month for astronomy! Here’s what’s in the December night sky, updated for 2020.
As winter approaches, get out and see the stars. Here are astronomical events in the November night sky from meteors to comets, and more.
In the northern hemisphere, October evokes thoughts of crunchy leaves, jack-o-lanterns, and yes, even the PSL. It also signals a full turning of the seasons; after the equinox in September, we’re into aurora season – and it turns out to be meteor season too! This year, the October night sky is going to be a great one. This month is …
It’s hard to follow up a month like August: every year it wows with the Perseids shower and a host of other astronomical events. But this year September does its best: the September night sky is full of interesting astronomical events. This month you’ll be treated to a series of planet-gazing opportunities, a few other celestial objects, and of course …
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