July 25, 2022: The thin crescent moon is nearly caught between the Bull’s horns before daybreak. The four bright planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – nearly span the sky before daybreak.
July 24, 2022: A thin crescent moon is in the eastern sky this morning, along with the planet parade that includes Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
July 23, 2022: A spectacular morning crescent moon is near the Pleiades star cluster before sunrise. The four bright planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – continue to parade in the morning sky.
July 15, 2022: The bright gibbous moon appears with Saturn in the planet parade with Jupiter, Mars, and Venus. About three hours after sundown, the moon is with Saturn again in the southeastern sky.
Mars appears at opposition on December 7, 2022. Throughout the summer, autumn and early winter, Mars dances with the stars of Taurus.
July 13, 2022: Venus passes between Elnath and Zeta Tauri, the horns of Taurus, this morning. The perigee full moon – sometimes called a supermoon – is visible in the southeastern sky after sunset.
July 12, 2022: As part of the pre-dawn planet parade with Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn, Venus is near the horns of Taurus. After sundown, the bright moon is in the handle of the Teapot.
July 11, 2022: Four bright planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – are aligned in the morning sky. After sundown, the bright moon is with Ophiuchus.
July 10, 2022: The gap in the four-planet morning parade continues to widen. After sundown, the bright moon is near the star Antares.
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.