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 9, 2022: After sunset, the gibbous moon, Aldebaran, and the Hyades snugly fit into a binocular field. Jupiter is low in the west-southwest. Before sunup, brilliant Venus, Mercury, and Mars are in the southeast. PODCAST FOR THIS ARTICLE by… Read More ›
February 8, 2022: Three planets – Venus, Mercury, and Mars – are in the southeastern sky before sunrise. As night falls, Jupiter is low in the west-southwest. The moon is near the Pleiades star cluster.
February 7, 2022: Venus, Mercury, and Mars shine in the southeast before sunup. Jupiter is low in the west-southwest and the moon is high in the sky after sundown.
January 11-14, 2022: The moon moves from Aries into Taurus. On January 12, the lunar orb is near the Pleiades. It is near the Hyades on January 13. The moon is between the Bull’s horns on the next evening.
December 6, 2021: Aldebaran rises at sunset. As the brilliant planet Venus and the crescent moon group in the southwest, Winter’s stars begin to crawl across the eastern horizon
November 19, 2021: A morning lunar eclipse is visible from across most of North America. The moon is almost completely immersed in Earth’s shadow at 3:02 a.m. CST.
September 26, 2021: This morning a bright moon is between the Pleaides and Hyades star clusters.
August 30, 2021: The morning moon is near Aldebaran and the Hyades star cluster.
August 29, 2021: Before sunrise, the gibbous moon appears near the Pleiades star cluster.