April 6, 2022: Morning star Venus, Mars, and Saturn continue their morning planet dance in the east-southeast before sunrise. The crescent moon seems to be caught between the Bull’s horns.
April 5, 2022: This is morning of the Mars-Saturn conjunction. Mars passes Saturn in the east-southeastern sky before sunrise, a conjunction. Brilliant Venus is nearby. The evening crescent moon is in front of the stars of Taurus, near Aldebaran.
April 2, 2022: Mercury is at its superior conjunction. The sun is between Mercury and our world. Venus, Mars, and Saturn are in the east-southeast before sunrise.
April 1, 2022: Brilliant Morning Star Venus, Mars, and Saturn are in the east-southeast before sunrise. The planetary bunch fits into a binocular’s field of View. Mars approaches Saturn for a conjunction on April 5.
March 30, 2022: Venus, Mars, and Saturn continue to dance in the morning sky before sunrise. Brilliant Venus begins to open a wider gap to Mars and Saturn.
March 10, 2022: Brilliant Venus and Mars are in the morning sky. Saturn begins its morning appearance. The evening moon is above the horns of Taurus.
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 11, 2022: Venus, Mercury, and Mars are in the southeast before sunrise. Jupiter is in the west-southwest after sundown. The moon looks like it’s being kicked by Castor.
February 7, 2022: Venus, Mercury, and Mars shine in the southeast before sunup. Jupiter is low in the west-southwest and the moon is high in the sky after sundown.
January 13, 2022: Mercury and Saturn are still close to their near-conjunction point. The gap between them is a little wider this evening. Jupiter is the “bright star” in the southwest, to the upper left of Saturn after sundown. The evening moon is in front of Taurus. In the morning, Mars continues its slow climb into the morning sky, while Venus is zipping through pre-dawn twilight