Advertisements Under a waning gibbous moon, Morning Stars Venus and Jupiter dominate the eastern predawn sky in this 30-second image made at 4:10 a.m. this morning from the Chicago area. Both planets can be seen well into morning twilight high… Read More ›
Advertisements Under a bright waning gibbous moon, Morning Stars Venus and Jupiter sparkle from the eastern predawn sky this morning in this 30-second exposure image made at 4:05 a.m. CDT from the Chicago area. Brilliant planet Venus passed closest to… Read More ›
What is a Blue Moon? Several different explanations describe this infrequent occurrence.
Advertisements With what might be last clear morning for several days as remnants of Hurricane Isaac moves north, Morning Stars Venus and Jupiter shine from the predawn eastern sky at 4:05 a.m. in this 30-second image made from the Chicago… Read More ›
Advertisements The sky around the time of the first moon walk (July 20, 1969, 9:56 p.m. CDT) shows Jupiter near the waxing crescent moon that was in the western sky. While beyond naked eye sensitivity, Uranus was very close to… Read More ›
Advertisements Morning Stars Venus and Jupiter shine through a clear predawn sky this morning in this 30-second exposure made at 4:05 a.m. CDT from the Chicago area. Both planets are visible well into morning twilight in the eastern sky. Brilliant… Read More ›