May 10, 2022: The four morning planets – Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn – are along the eastern horizon before sunup. Mercury begins to retrograde as it moves toward bright twilight along with winter’s evening stars.
May 4, 2022: The bright morning planets, Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn, are strung along the eastern sky. Mercury and the waxing moon are in the west-northwestern sky after sundown. The bright stars of winter are disappearing for the season.
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.
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.
February 22, 2022: The moon covers Zubenelgenubi before sunrise. Venus and Mars are in the southeast before sunup. Canis Minor is in the southern sky during early evening hours.
February 20, 2022: Morning Star Venus, Mars, and the gibbous moon are in the morning sky. Orion shines from the southern sky during the early evening hours.
February 11, 2022: Venus, Mercury, and Mars are in the southeast before sunrise. Jupiter is in the west-southwest after sundown. The moon looks like it’s being kicked by Castor.
January 28, 2022: Within a few minutes, Sirius rises at sunset this evening. About two hours after sundown, find it in the southeastern sky with the other bright stars of Winter.
December 30, 2021: As the year ends and the new one opens, the night sky’s brightest star – Sirius – is in the southern sky at the midnight hour.