September 2, 2021: Three bright planets are easily observed in the evening sky. In the western sky, Venus is approaching Spica for a wide conjunction in three evenings. Before sunrise, the crescent moon is in the eastern sky with Castor and Pollux.
September 1, 2021: Before sunrise, the crescent moon is near a star cluster that is visible. In the western evening sky, Venus targets Spica before their conjunction in four evenings.
August 31, 2021: The morning moon is caught between the Bull’s Horns. During the evening three bright planets – Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn – sparkle in the sky.
August 30, 2021: The morning moon is near Aldebaran and the Hyades star cluster.
August 28, 2021: Before sunrise, the moon is high in the south. It is in Aries, approaching the Pleiades star cluster and Taurus. Three bright planets – Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn – are easy to spot after sunset.
August 27, 2021: The bright moon is near Aries in the morning sky. Look for Venus and Mercury shortly after sunset.
2021, August 26: Venus approaches Spica. The star Porrima is to the upper right of Venus.
August 25, 2021: Evening Star Venus, bright Jupiter, and Saturn are visible during the early evening hours. Brilliant Venus is in the western sky. Jupiter and Saturn are in the southeastern sky
August 24, 2021: The bright moon is in the southwestern sky before sunrise, casting its lunar glow across the sky. Bright Jupiter is to the lower right of the lunar orb and near the horizon.
August 23, 2021: Later during the evening the moon appears in the region of stars that have tail names.