Objects to Observe in the April 2022 Night Sky places a focus on the planets Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn as they line up and meet in conjunctions in the morning sky while Mercury makes an appearance during evening dusk.
Mar 6th: Planet’s Airglow & Number 1602
Mar 3rd: Objects to Observe in the March 2022 Night Sky
he Actual Astronomy Podcast presents Objects to Observe in the March 2022 Night Sky and places a focus on events to help you find the planets as the Moon pairs with Uranus before dancing with Venus, Mercury, Mars and Saturn in the morning twilight.
Feb 25th: News Roundup
Time for news update. The @WSHCrew discuss about gigantic galactic shock wave, what to see in the sky, JWST and alien detection, the hidden Supermassive black hole, and a dwarf galaxy.
Feb 11th: How the Sun’s Local Bubble Drives Nearby Star Formation￼
How the Sun’s Local Bubble Drives Nearby Star Formation? @WSHCrew discuss this topic with Michael Foley. And weekly update. Parker photo of Venus, dead planets crashing into dead stars, SpaceX lost 40 StarLinks and more at #365DaysOfAstro
Feb 5th: Observing With Webb in February 2022
It’s not often we get a month with almost no events, other than your normal moon phases, however, we do end February with a wonderful close encounter between the Moon, Mars, and Venus, and preview some future morning planets.
Feb 3rd: Objects to Observe in the February 2022 Night Sky
The Actual Astronomy Podcast presents Objects to Observe in the February 2022 Night Sky and places a focus on events to help you find the planets as the Moon pairs with Neptune and Uranus before dancing with Venus, Mercury, Mars in the morning twilight. We also talk about when and how to observe the Lunar Straight Wall as well as what comets and asteroids to look out for this month.
Jan 10th: Terrestrial Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth & Mars
Podcaster: Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay Title: Astronomy Cast Ep. 626: Terrestrial Planets – Mercury, Venus, Earth & Mars Organization: Astronomy Cast Link: http://www.astronomycast.com Description: We continue our refreshed tour of the solar system, checking in on the inner terrestrial planets, Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. What have we learned about the formation, evolution […]
Jan 6th: The Objects to Observe in the January 2022 Night Sky
The Actual Astronomy discuss about when and how to see the planets Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, Mercury, Uranus minor planets Ceres and Iris and when the Moon will pair with these solar system bodies. We also talk about when you can see the Lunar X and Lunar Straight Wall, also say goodbye to Comet Leonard.
Jan 5th: Awesome Astronomy January 2022 News
Let’s start 2022 with news round up. @AwesomeAstroPod will discuss about water on Mars, life in Venus, image from supermassive blackhole region, rogue planet, & JWST.