December 4, 2021: Before sunup the thin crescent moon guides us to dim Mars. In the evening sky, Evening Star Venus, Saturn and Saturn shine from the southern sky.
November 29 – December 1, 2021: The morning crescent moon moves through the constellation Virgo on November 29, November 30, and December 1. Mars is slowly climbing into the morning sky. Evening Star Venus, Saturn, and Jupiter are in the southwest after sundown.
December 4, 2021: The evening planets – Evening Star Venus, Saturn, and Jupiter – are nearly equally spaced across the southwestern sky after sunset. Mars is climbing into the morning sky.
November 26-28, 2021: The bright moon is in front of the stars of Leo on the mornings of November 26, 27, and 28. In the evening sky, brilliant Venus, bright Jupiter, and Saturn are in the southern sky after sundown.
November 25, 2021: Before sunrise, the bright moon appears in front of the dim stars of Cancer. The Beehive star cluster is nearby. Evening Star Venus, Saturn and Jupiter are in the evening sky.
November 22-24, 2021: Before sunrise, the moon appears in front of Gemini’s stars. On November 22, the Twins seem to be kicking the moon as if it were a soccer ball. In the evening sky, brilliant Evening Star Venus, bright Jupiter, and Saturn are in the southern sky after sunset
November 27, 2021: Beginning this evening and lasting until December 14, Venus is at its greatest brightness.
November 20, 2021: The great winged horse Pegasus flies across the southern sky during the early evening.
November 19, 2021: This evening Venus leaves the star pattern that is frequently referred to as the Teapot. It is part of the constellation Sagittarius. The planet stays within the formal constellation until March 7, 2022.
December 6, 2021: Brilliant Evening Star Venus is in conjunction with the crescent moon this evening. Look for them low in the southwest after sunset. This is the final conjunction of Venus and the moon for this evening appearance of the planet.