Today’s Actual Astronomy discuss about Observer’s Calendar for February 2024. We have Moon pairing with Venus, Neptune, Uranus, Saturn and Jupiter as well as a couple comets visible in small telescopes.
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!
Each week, when we set off to do this show, we start with one core idea: We want to tell you what is new in space and astronomy… and remember Earth is a planet too.
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.
Our journey through space missions continues. Now we move away from the Earth to the rest of the solar system. What’s out there orbiting, roving and flying on other worlds and in interplanetary space. Today we look inward and we’ll talk about the missions studying the Sun, Mercury and Venus.
All the planets in the solar system rotate counter clockwise – except Venus. A day on Venus lasts longer than it’s year!
For decades now, our planetary science news cycles have been dominated by Mars. No, it’s time for Venus. Lets get to know VERITAS, the mission bound to Venus.
Time for Observer’s Calendar and @ActualAstronomy discuss about watching the Planets Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and Saturn pair with our Moon in the evening sky as well as other sights to see in September