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
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.
Venus shines bright at sunset all month, with Mars nearby, while Saturn, Jupiter, and even Mercury shine in the mornings, and the Beehive Cluster gets two wandering guests, all in the solstice month of June.
Today Actual Astronomy talk about watching Mars pass through M44, the Beehive Cluster as well as other sights to see in the June Night Sky. We go over some of the pairings of the Moon and Jupiter, Saturn, and Venus during its best appearance for the year.
To survive on Venus where the temperature and air pressure are high, engineers are exploring the concept of fully mechanical rover. And also Earth’s pet space rock, 2016 HO3. All at #365daysOfAstro
Venus bright all month, Jupiter disappears, Mars hangs out with Taurus, Saturn begins its morning planet season, and Mercury peaks in for a taste of the action toward the end of the month.
The Actual Astronomy Podcast presents Objects to Observe in the February 2023 Night Sky. In this episode we’ll talk about a conjunction of Venus and Neptune, the Moon pairing up with Venus & Jupiter before it gets so close to Mars. We’ll also talk about Comets and the Constellation Orion.
After the successful missions like Mangalyaan to Mars and a series of Chandrayaan missions to Moon, ISRO will launch a mission to Venus in the year 2024. The mission has been named as Shukrayaan.