February 26, 2022: The crescent moon joins Morning Star Venus and Mars. In the evening, Polaris – the North Star – reliably shines from the north.
February 25, 2022: The crescent moon joins Morning Star Venus and Mars before sunrise. During the evening the Big Dipper is in the northeast.
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 21, 2022: Venus and Mars dance in the southeastern sky before sunrise. The bright moon is near Spica. During the evening the Dog Star is in the southern sky.
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 19, 2022: Venus and Mars continue their planet dance in the morning sky, while the gibbous moon is in the west-southwest. Gemini is in the east-southeast after sunset.
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.