February 16, 2022: The second Venus – Mars conjunction of a triple conjunction occurs this morning. Mercury is at greatest elongation. The nearly-full moon is in the west-northwest before sunrise.
February 15, 2022: Mars nears a conjunction with Venus, the second of a triple conjunction. Jupiter is disappearing from the evening sky. The bright evening moon is near Leo
February 14: 2022: Venus is at its greatest brilliancy this morning. It is joined by Mercury and Mars. Jupiter slips in the evening sky. A bright evening moon.
January 18, 2022: Saturn slowly leaves the evening sky. Bright Jupiter oversees the act from higher in the southwest. In the morning, Venus, Mars, and the moon brighten the predawn sky.
2022, January 19-22: The bright moon appears near the stars of Leo.
2022: The morning sky is full of planet activity. Morning Star Venus passes Mars, Saturn and Jupiter. Look eastward for the dance of planets before sunrise during the year.
During 2022, Morning Star Venus puts on a magnificent dance with Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and the moon in eastern sky before sunrise. Next Event: Venus, Mars, and the moon gather, January 29, 2022.
November 26-28, 2021: The bright moon is in front of the stars of Leo on the mornings of November 26, 27, and 28. In the evening sky, brilliant Venus, bright Jupiter, and Saturn are in the southern sky after sundown.
November 25, 2021: Before sunrise, the bright moon appears in front of the dim stars of Cancer. The Beehive star cluster is nearby. Evening Star Venus, Saturn and Jupiter are in the evening sky.
November 13, 2021: Hydra, the Snake, slithers into the morning sky. Look for its stars in the southern sky before the morning sky brightens.