his eposide places a focus on Mercury and Venus as they put on their best shows for Autumn 2021 while Jupiter as several Double Shadow transits are easily visible through small telescopes.
It’s time for October skyguide and news round-up session with @AwesomeAstroPod. Today we have mysterious case of missing supernova, volcanoes on Venus,and
Three great planets all visible right after sunset, with visits from the Moon, make September of 2021 a calm, but convenient month for breaking out that telescope.
This month, @ActualAstronomy places a focus on events to help you find the planets Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, Mercury, Uranus and Neptune as well as what you can see on the Moon
August is good for two things in the sky: bright planets and bright meteors. Venus, Saturn, and Jupiter reign supreme this month, with the annual Perseid Meteor Shower heating things up with spectacular observing conditions for mid-month.
Like fireworks, July is mostly quiet and dull, but the noisy and bright events really make it worthwhile. We have two pairs of planets, visible during opposite times in opposite places, and surreptitious visits from the Moon.
The Actual Astronomy Podcast presents Objects to Observe in the July 2021 Night Sky and places a focus on sky events to help you find the planets as Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, Mercury and Venus meet up with each other and the Moon.
Astro tourism with Blue Origin, Venus mission, & Q&A: Once fully reusable Starships are complete, will all ground based observatories become obsolete? More with @AwesomeAstroPod for this month space exploration show news.
Join us today as @WSHCrew discuss aboute advancements in warp drive technology research. Dr. Mario Borunda and more update with new Venus missions at #365DaysOfAstro
Actual Astronomy Objects to Observe in the June 2021 Night Sky focus to help you find the planets as Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, Mercury and Venus meet up with each other and the Moon and also the annular solar eclipse and how to view it safely.