Author: Marshall Downing

Astronomy Update

Clouds will not completely cover the sky this week so stargazing will be easier than last month.  A bright moon might wash out some of the dusk and dawn visibility. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, venus, weather

Astronomy Update

Stargazing will be easier this week than the rest of January with more clear skies on the way.  Stars are starting to shine more during the night as well. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, jupiter, mercury, moon, stars, venus

Astronomy Update

Weather is not great for stargazing, but there is at least something to see if you can get a break from the clouds.  A big, bright moon will keep the sky lit up. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, venus

Astronomy Update

With the frigid temperatures this week, stargazing outside for long is not the safest.  Not much has changed, but in the mornings we are seeing more planets rise just before the sun. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, jupiter, mars, moon, SPACE, venus