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Welcome to the September night sky. This is the month of the Autumn equinox in the northern hemisphere, when the Sun crosses the celestial equator heading south. It will mean that the entire world...

Welcome to the August night sky. This month is great for seeing planets in the early evening.

Over in the west, the planet Venus is still visible high and bright in the constellation of...

Welcome to the July night-sky. The gas giant planet Jupiter is still well visible high in the southwest in the late evenings. It can be seen shining with bright steady yellowish light. It’s also...

Welcome to the June night sky. This is the month of the summer solstice when the Sun is as far north in the sky as it can ever get and, therefore, it will be at its highest altitude at local...

Welcome to the May night sky. Over in the west, shortly after sunset, the brilliant planet Venus can still be seen high in the rapidly darkening sky. This planet stays at approximately the same...

Welcome to the April night sky. Soon after sunset, over in the west, the brilliant planet Venus is easily visible low on the horizon, and on the evening of the 17th the thin crescent Moon will be...

Welcome to the March night sky. This month we have no bright planets in the evening sky, but at dawn, visible in the south, is Saturn, Mars and Jupiter, all in a line near the constellations of...

Welcome to the February night sky. During this month, unfortunately, there are no bright planets visible in the evening sky.

At around 2am, the gas giant planet Jupiter can be seen rising...

Welcome to the January night sky and to the new year of 2018. This month we have two full moons - the first was on January 2 and the second will be on January 31.

When this happens, the...

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