April 8, 2021: In the evening sky, Mars approaches the Bull’s horns in the western sky after sunset. The planet is now higher than Betelgeuse, Orion’s second brightest star.
Advertisements A spectacular lunar eclipse is visible across the skies of North America, just hours before the winter solstice, on the night of December 20/21, 2010. A lunar eclipse is visible when the moon, at the full phase, moves into the Earth’s shadow. … Read More ›
Advertisements The planetarium community has a history of generosity to colleagues. This involves offering advice and material goods, even when many of the donating organizations operate on meager budgets. I have never seen a cadre pull together like this group of professionals. … Read More ›