May 19, 2022: This morning the moon is in the handle of Sagittarius. The morning planets are in the eastern sky. A gap grows between them. The Big Dipper is in the northern sky after night falls.
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.
April 22, 2022: Morning Star Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars are in the eastern morning sky before sunup to the east of the slightly gibbous moon. Mercury is in the western evening sky, approaching the Pleaides star cluster.
April 21, 2022: The gibbous moon is in the south before sunrise in front of Sagittarius. Jupiter, Venus, Mars, and Saturn are in the eastern sky before sunrise. Mercury is in the west-northwest after sundown.
March 25, 2022: A rare planet pack of Venus, Mars, and Saturn is taking shape in the morning sky. The moon appears in the Teapot of Sagittarius.
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 12, 2022: Venus, Mercury, and Mars dance in the morning sky. Jupiter slips into evening twilight. The moon is in Gemini.
February 2, 2022: Mars passes the top of the Teapot of Sagittarius before sunrise. After sundown, the crescent moon appears with Jupiter in the west-southwest. Venus and Mercury are in the morning sky with the Red Planet.
January 16, 2022: Mercury is leaving the evening sky, followed by Saturn. Bright Jupiter is in the southwest after sundown. Venus and Mars are in the southeast before sunup.
November 16, 2021: Brilliant Venus starts to move through the Teapot of Sagittarius this evening. Look for the brilliant Evening Star gleaming in the southwestern sky after sunset.