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.
July, 2021: During the early evening sky, Hercules is nearly overhead as evening twilight ends. The constellation has a spectacular star cluster.
April 20, 2021: Venus is very low in the west-northwest after sunset. The gibbous moon is in Cancer, between Regulus and Pollux. Mars, above the horns of Taurus, approaches the star cluster Messier 35.
April 17, 2021: During the early evening, the crescent moon is above Mars in the western sky. Use a binocular to spot the star cluster M35 near the moon. Mars is above the Bull’s horns.
April 16, 2021: Mars and the crescent moon are in the west after sunset. Taurus is the starry drop for the planet and the lunar slice. Use a binocular to see Mars and the crescent moon in the same field of view.
April 15, 2021: The crescent moon appears near the “V” of Taurus this evening, while Mars is above the Bull’s horns. Venus is nearing its first appearance in the western evening sky.
April 14, 2021: The picturesque lunar crescent is to the lower left of the Pleiades star cluster after sunset. Earthshine can be seen on the moon’s night portion. Mars is higher in the sky between the Bull’s horns.