What's Up? -- A monthly video that gives tips for where you can find the moon, planets and stars in the night sky. Also includes amateur astronomy news and updates on NASA missions.
Moving fast in the cosmos with planet Mercury, and stars Arcturus and Altair...
August is perhaps the best time this year to enjoy viewing Jupiter and Saturn, as both planets reach opposition this month.
Sunsets in July come with an added bonus: a brilliant gem low in the western sky, calling to us to come and explore its many mysteries.
A partial solar eclipse, the scorpion's sting, and June is for Juno!
The morning sky on April 6th finds Jupiter and Saturn forming a lovely trio with the crescent Moon.
Mars and friends in the evening, and a brilliant pair of planets returns.
This month we follow the Moon to three different points of interest in the winter sky.
A meteor shower, an extraordinary close meetup between Jupiter and Saturn, and the winter solstice.
Seeking out the Pleiades, the Moon with Jupiter and Saturn, and understanding Earthshine.
What are some skywatching highlights in October 2020? Not one, but two, full moons; Mars at opposition; and finding the Andromeda galaxy.