April is fairly non-eventful, except for the annual Lyrid meteor shower and some good close encounters between the Moon and Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn, and at least one rocket launch.
Could Life Exist on One of Saturn’s Moons if it has water? @unawe #spacescoop #365DaysOfAstro
CERN’s plans for the monster successor to the Large Hadron Collider and what the hell that has to do with astronomy
A great morning lineup in the beginning of the month, a conjunction mid-month, all the naked-eye planets visible at some point in the month, winter constellations, and a great lineup ending the month is making February look like a GREAT month for naked eye astronomy.
What happens when black holes collide? What would happen if the Earth stopped spinning? Meet you at high noon on…Saturn. #365DaysOfAstro
This week we catch up with a roundup of news from the past 2 weeks! Saturn’s rings are disappearing. Far Out, Man! 2018 VG18!
Prepare your instrument for December night sky. Comet Wirtanen will be at its closest approach. And What makes a galaxy? more with @awesomeastropod at #365DaysOfAstro
December! the longest nights will give you plenty of time to observe geminid meteors, lunar close encounters, and conjunction. #365DaysOfAstro with @MrWebbPV