The Observer’s Calendar for December from @ActualAstronomy presents spotting Uranus Naked Eye, Catching the Geminid Meteor Showers, see some asteroids while the Moon Pairs with Venus, Mercury, Saturn and Jupiter, and on December 30th we finally get a double shadow transit on Jupiter for everyone in North America!
In November Saturn and Jupiter are the steady highlights above, Venus shines brilliantly before dawn, and rocks fall from the sky.
Time for Observer’s Caledar for November with @ActualAstronomy. Today’s episode talk about Jupiter at opposition and the Moon pairs with Venus, Saturn, Neptune, Jupiter and Uranus then M45 late this month.
Jupiter’s iconic Great Red Spot is a huge cyclonic storm big enough to swallow the Earth. But it’s been getting smaller over time, while other storms have been growing. What does the future hold for this Jupiterricane?
What triggers ice ages and other climate events? How are sunspot cycles and orbital motions related to climate patterns? What does Jupiter have to do with all this? I discuss these questions and more in today’s Ask a Spaceman!
Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is one of its most iconic features. First seen hundreds of years ago. Although it’s certainly long lasting, it’s been changing in size over the last few decades. Shrinking, changing in color. Is it fading away? And what can the changes tell us about storms on giant planets?
This month @AwesomeAstroPod has astronomy cruise holiday and news about new type of star, mud on Mars and JWST breaking cosmology once again. Also this month skyguide!
Time for what’s up this month in August. In this episode @ActualAstronomy In this episode we’ll talk about watching the Planets Mars, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter and Saturn and our Moon.
Lets check out what’s up in July sky as @ActualAstronomy talk about watching the Planets Mars, Venus, Mercury and our Moon in the evening sky as well as other sights to see in the July Night Sky.