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Astronomy Update

Visibility for our closest planets will be great this week.  Just before sunrise and just after sunset are the easiest time to spot those planets. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, SPACE, sun, venus

Astronomy Update

Mercury is visible again!  Look just before sunrise and just after sunset for the closest planets. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, SPACE, sun, venus

Astronomy Update

Overnight temperatures are getting warmer so this week is a good one to catch planets just before sunrise. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, SPACE, sun, venus

Astronomy Update

The Eta Aquarid meteor shower has already peaked, but a few stray meteors might be visible Wednesday and Thursday nights.  The moon will shine brightly through the weekend, and planet visibility is great right before sunrise. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: Comet, earth, FULL, jupiter, mars, mercury, meteor, moon, saturn, venus

Astronomy Update

Look for planets just before sunrise through this week.  The moon will help light up our nights as it grows past the first quarter. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, Planets, saturn, SPACE, stars, venus

Astronomy Update

The moon would be easy to spot during the day this week if it didn’t become a New Moon on Wednesday.  Some planets should be easy to find. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, SPACE, stars, venus

Astronomy Update

Planets have better visibility overnight this week, and the moon is the closest to Earth it will be all year. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, SPACE, sun, super, venus

Astronomy Update

Planets are visible for a greater extent of time to start April.  Clouds will be variable this week so try to catch most of our planets on a clear morning. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, SPACE, venus