A few more planets will rise above the horizon this week, but the window to see them is very short.
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The moon will keep nights this weekend well lit, but if you are looking for planets there is still little to spot.
Nights will be warmer through the week, but there are still few planets to spot.
Planets are hiding beneath the horizon and the moon will be growing all week, but temperatures will be much nicer if you do want to spot Mars.
Spotting planets will be hard this week with overcast skies and frigid temperatures.
Planets are hiding below the horizon this week while the moon will shine brightly in the night sky.
Planets closest to earth will be easy to spot in the early evening. Expect nights to be lit up by the growing moon this week.