July 20, 2022: Today is the anniversary of the first moon landing. In the morning sky, the moon is between Mars and Jupiter. Saturn rises into the southeastern sky during the evening hours.
July 19, 2022: The moon is near the Jupiter in the southern sky before daybreak. Pluto is at opposition tonight. Saturn is making its appearance in the east-southeast after twilight ends.
June 3, 2022: The four morning bright planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – are in the eastern sky. Venus noticeably changes its place along the horizon. The evening moon is with the Beehive star cluster.
June 2, 2022: The four morning planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn – continue to spread out along the ecliptic in the eastern sky before sunrise. The moon is near the Gemini Twin Pollux after sundown.
May 30, 2022: After yesterday’s conjunction, Mars is east of Jupiter trailing behind Venus. In the evening four bright stars, leftovers from the winter evening sky are in the western sky.
May 7, 2022: Venus continues to stretch the gap to Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn in the eastern sky before sunrise. The evening moon is in front of Cancer while Mercury is low in the west-northwest.
May 6, 2022: The four bright morning planets – Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn, shining like gems on a necklace, stretch across the eastern sky. The evening moon is near Pollux while Mercury is quickly departing the western sky after sundown.
May 5, 2022: Morning Star Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn gleam from the eastern sky this morning. A lovely lunar crescent is in front of the Gemini as Mercury recedes into bright twilight.
April 9, 2022: Venus, Mars, and Saturn are the morning planets. Mars marches away from Saturn. The evening moon is near Pollux and the Gemini Twins.
April 8, 2022: Begin counting days to the solstice. Morning planets Venus, Mars, and Saturn are in the east-southeast. The evening moon is near Castor and Pollux.