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Astronomy Update

Clouds will prevent great stargazing this weekend, but the moon is shining brightly in the meantime. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, Comet, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, SPACE, venus

Astronomy Update

Comet Neowise is still just barely visible, but planets should be easy to spot all week. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: Comet, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, neowise, Planets, saturn, stars, venus

Astronomy Update

Comet Neowise will pass closer to Earth this week than it will for another 6,800 years; see it while you can! Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: Comet, constellations, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, Planets, saturn, SPACE, stars, venus

Astronomy Update

Get details on visibility of Comet Neowise this week and the featured constellation Perseus. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: Comet, constellation, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, NASA, saturn, SPACE, venus

Astronomy Update

Distant planets are rising before midnight once again.  Clear night skies this week will help with visibility. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, gibbous, jupiter, mars, mercury, Planets, saturn, SPACE, stars, sun, venus

Astronomy Update

Get a lesson Ursa Minor and find out how morning planet visibility is changing. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, constellations, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, SPACE, stars, venus

Astronomy Update

Most planets aren’t visible in the evening, but looking to the south and east before dawn will show you plenty. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, Planets, saturn, SPACE, venus

Astronomy Update

Visibility this week is best in the morning.  Look south for the biggest planets in the solar system, and look east for our closer neighbors.  The summer solstice on Saturday will give us almost 16 hours of daylight. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, solstice, SPACE, Summer, venus

Astronomy Update

Evening planets rise around midnight with their best visibility around 4:30 AM.  If you are awake early this week they should be easy to spot. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, NASA, saturn, SPACE, sun, venus

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