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Seeing Stars with James Wooten: Venus shifts to morning, Chinese New Year approaches
January 6, 2014 · Be The First To Comment

This month, Venus shifts from the evening to the morning sky. For the next few days, look for it low in the southwest at dusk. If no buildings or trees block the view, you can still make out Venus in the twilight; it outshines everything in the sky but the Sun and the Moon. Notice […]

Go Stargazing! November Edition
November 3, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

The king of planets, Jupiter, which dominted the evening skies of September and October, is still well placed for obeserving in the evening during this month. It outshines all stars in the sky, so it’s easy to find. Face southeast at dusk. photo credit: NASA Goddard Photo and Video Mars remains very low in the […]

Go Stargazing! January Edition
January 5, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

The full moon of Jan. 15 partially blocks the sun, causing an eclipse visible in Africa and Asia. Because it is close to apogee, the moon is too small in the sky to ever block the sun completely, and no total eclipse occurs. Instead, folks on a path stretching from Uganda and Kenya across the […]

Go Stargazing! November Edition
November 3, 2009 · 2 Comments

Jupiter is the brightest planet or star in the evening sky this month.  Face south and look for the brightest point of light there.  If you’re looking in the right direction, you can’t miss it. Jupiter can currently be found inside the constellation Capricornus. Venus begins to wrap up its stint as morning star this […]


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