Looking for Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, or Mars? This is your last good month to see all of them at the same time. Also, get ready for some longer nights, a shallow dive into Sagittarius, the Summer Triangle, and Cassiopeia.
August, even with very short nights, will be a great month for watching the four brightest naked-eye planets at sunset, the usual close encounters, and the annual Perseid Meteor Shower.
What’s up with JWST? And it looks like Oumuamua is a comet…
NASA’s Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex to bounce RADAR beams off of the asteroid Florence & exploring the concept a fully mechanical rover for Venus
Lets discuss about how to create an amazing data-driven visual content using space science data from NASA initiatives for education and public outreach. more at #365DaysOfAstro
May will be a month for 4 out of the 5 naked eye planets, with Venus and Jupiter visible early each night and Mars and Saturn visible in the mornings, along with close encounters between each of these and the Moon.