June 11, 2022: Four bright planets – Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn are in the eastern sky before sunrise. After sunset, the bright gibbous moon is near the Scorpion’s southern claw.
June 10, 2022: Today four morning planets shine in the east before sunrise. Today is the earliest sunrise time. The bright evening moon is between Spica and the Scorpion’s pincers.
May 16, 2022: After the eclipse overnight, the moon is in the western sky. Four planet gems are in the eastern sky. The moon returns to the evening sky about two hours after sunset near Antares.
May 14, 2022: Four bright planets – Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn – stretch across the eastern sky before sunrise. One evening before its total eclipse, the bright moon is in the southeast as night falls.
April 18, 2022: Venus, Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn are in the eastern sky before sunrise, while the moon is in the southwest. Mercury is in the west-northwest after sundown.
April 17, 2022: The five bright planets – Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn – are visible during a twenty-four-hour interval. The moon is near one of the Scorpion’s pincers.
March 22, 2022: Morning Star Venus, Mars, and Saturn are in the east-southeast before sunrise. A close bunching of the morning planets is approaching on March 28. The moon is in the southern sky before sunrise.
February 22, 2022: The moon covers Zubenelgenubi before sunrise. Venus and Mars are in the southeast before sunup. Canis Minor is in the southern sky during early evening hours.
December 31, 2021: This morning before sunup, the thin waning crescent moon appears near Mars and the star Antares. Four planets – Venus, Mercury, Saturn, and Jupiter – are on parade in the southwest after sundown.
December 18, 2021: Venus begins to retrograde this evening. It appears in the southwest after sunset, along with bright Jupiter and Saturn. The moon is caught between the Bull’s horns this evening. In the morning sky, Mars passes the star Graffias.