July 4, 2022: Earth is at aphelion today. The four morning planets are visible before sunrise. The waxing crescent moon is in the west after sunset.
July 3, 2022: Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn continue to parade in the eastern and southern sky before sunrise. Aquila and Altair are in the east-southeast when evening twilight ends.
July 2, 2022: The four bright morning planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – continue to parade through the morning. After sunset, the crescent moon is near the Sickle of Leo.
July 1, 2022: This morning Venus passes Aldebaran in the east-northeast before sunrise. In the evening, the thin crescent moon approaches the Sickle of Leo.
June 6, 2022: The nine classic planets are in the sky simultaneously during late June. Ambitious sky watchers should begin looking soon for Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto before Mercury joins the morning parade.
June 5, 2022: Saturn begins to retrograde today. It leads the morning planet parade before daybreak. As night falls the crescent moon is near the star Regulus and approaching Eta Leonis.
June 4, 2022: The four morning planets continue with their planet dance in the east before sunrise. After sundown, the crescent moon, among the stars of Cancer is between Leo and Gemini.
May 18, 2022: The bright moon is near the Teapot of Sagittarius before sunrise. The four morning planets are in the eastern sky. Hydra slithers across the May evening sky.
May 9, 2022: Morning Star Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn are strung along the eastern sky before sunrise. After sundown, the gibbous moon is near the Sickle of Leo, while Mercury is low in the west-northwest.
May 8, 2022: Four bright planets – Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn – stretch across the eastern sky. As night falls, the First Quarter moon is near Leo as Mercury is low in the west-northwest.