May 9, 2022: Morning Star Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn are strung along the eastern sky before sunrise. After sundown, the gibbous moon is near the Sickle of Leo, while Mercury is low in the west-northwest.
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.
May 3, 2022: Four morning planets – Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn are strung across the eastern sky, like gems on necklace, before sunup. Mercury and the crescent moon are in the western sky as night falls.
April 29, 2022: This evening, Mercury has a conjunction with the Pleiades star cluster. In the eastern morning sky, four bright planets – Jupiter, Venus, Mars, and Saturn – stretch across the sky.
April 7, 2022: Venus, Mars, and Saturn are visible during morning twilight. Jupiter is slowly joining them in the eastern sky. The evening moon is under a celestial umbrella.
April 6, 2022: Morning star Venus, Mars, and Saturn continue their morning planet dance in the east-southeast before sunrise. The crescent moon seems to be caught between the Bull’s horns.
March 10, 2022: Brilliant Venus and Mars are in the morning sky. Saturn begins its morning appearance. The evening moon is above the horns of Taurus.
March 9, 2022: Before sunrise, Venus continues to close the gap to Mars before their close approach. As night falls, the moon is in front of Taurus.
February 18, 2022: Morning Star Venus and Mars are in the southeast before sunrise. The moon is in the western sky. Taurus is high in the south during the early evening.
February 17, 2022: Venus and Mars are in the morning, as Mercury departs. The moon is in the western morning sky. Jupiter leaves the evening sky. Auriga is nearly overhead.