September 8, 2022: Three bright planets – Venus, Mars, and Jupiter – are visible before sunrise. Mars continues its eastward march in Taurus. After sundown, the bright moon is near Saturn.
September 7, 2022: Mars passes Aldebaran, the brightest star in Taurus, this morning. The conjunction’s gap is 4.3°. This evening, the bright moon is near Saturn.
September 6, 2022: Mars is marching eastward compared to the stars of Taurus. It is near the Hyades star cluster. The evening moon approaches Saturn
September 5, 2022: Venus passes the star Regulus, during bright morning twilight. The conjunction’s separation is slightly larger than the moon’s diameter.
September 5, 2022: Watch Mars continue its eastward march through Taurus before sunrise. Watch the Harvest Moon Effect during the next several evenings. Later in the evening the moon occults a star in Sagittarius.
September 4, 2022: The Red Planet Mars continues its eastward trek through Taurus, passing stars in the Hyades star cluster. After sundown, Sagittarius seems to take aim at the moon.
September 3, 2022: Mars continues its eastward march with Taurus. Each morning its changing place with the stars is noticeable. After sunset, the waxing moon is near Antares.
September 2, 2022: Mars marches eastward through the starry fields of Taurus before daybreak. After sunset, the lunar orb is next to the Scorpion’s forehead.
September 1, 2022: Venus, Mars, and Jupiter are visible before sunrise. Saturn is in the southeast after sunset. The moon is near the Scorpion’s southern pincer.
August 31, 2022: Mars marches eastward between the Pleaides and Hyades star clusters. The evening crescent appears between the Ear of Corn and the Southern Pincer.