April 18, 2022: The moon is in front of the stars of Scorpius. Four bright planets – Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn – are visible before sunrise and Mercury after sunset.
April 18, 2022: Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn are in the eastern sky before sunrise, while the moon is in the southwest. Mercury is in the west-northwest after sundown.
March 24, 2022: The bright moon is above the Scorpion’s tail this morning, while Morning Star Venus, Mars, and Saturn are in the east-southeast.
March 23, 2022: The bright moon is near Antares, while Venus, Mars, and Saturn dance in the morning sky. The stars of the Orion region are in the western sky during the evening.
March 22, 2022: Morning Star Venus, Mars, and Saturn are in the east-southeast before sunrise. A close bunching of the morning planets is approaching on March 28. The moon is in the southern sky before sunrise.
February 24, 2022: Venus, Mars and the moon are in the morning sky. A stellar sample of stars is visible in the southern sky after sunset.
February 23, 2022: Brilliant Morning Star Venus and Mars are in the south before sunup, while the moon is in the south. The bright stars of winter make a letter in the night sky.
January 18, 2022: Saturn slowly leaves the evening sky. Bright Jupiter oversees the act from higher in the southwest. In the morning, Venus, Mars, and the moon brighten the predawn sky.
January 17, 2022: Morning Star Venus joins Mars in the southeastern sky before sunrise. Bright Jupiter and Saturn are in the southwest during the evening’s early hours. Look for the moon near the star Pollux.
January 15, 2022: Saturn and Mercury are slowly fading into bright twilight. Jupiter stands in the southwest after sunset. The bright moon is farther eastward. Morning Star Venus is beginning to appear with Mars before sunrise.