James Wooten

October Star Blog
October 2, 2019 · Be The First To Comment

Jupiter remains in the evening sky. Look low in the southwest at dusk for the brightest thing there.  Saturn is also in the evening sky. Although it is not as bright as Jupiter,  you can find it easily at some distance to the left of Jupiter.   Venus gradually re-emerges into the evening sky this […]

September Star Blog
September 5, 2019 · Be The First To Comment

Jupiter remains in the evening sky, well placed for observing.  Look low in the southwest at dusk for the brightest thing there.   Saturn is also in the evening sky.  Although it is not as bright as Jupiter,  you can find it easily at some distance to the left of Jupiter. Venus and Mars are lost in the Sun’s glare and […]

August Star Blog
August 8, 2019 · Be The First To Comment

Jupiter remains in the evening sky, well placed for observing.  Look low in the south at dusk for the brightest thing there.  Saturn is also in the evening sky.  Although it is not as bright as Jupiter,  you can find it easily at some distance to the left of Jupiter.   Venus and Mars are […]

HMNS’ Guide to the Night Sky in July, 2019
July 3, 2019 · Be The First To Comment

Jupiter remains in the evening sky, well placed for observing.  Look low in the southwest at dusk for the brightest thing there.   Saturn is at opposition on July 9.  This means that Earth is aligned between Saturn and the Sun on that date, putting Saturn opposite the Sun in our sky.  For much of July, Saturn is […]



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