Get a lesson Ursa Minor and find out how morning planet visibility is changing.
Most planets aren't visible in the evening, but looking to the south and east before dawn will show you plenty.
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…
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.
Venus has dipped below the horizon. Check for Mercury in the evening (now on its own) and three planets looking south just before sunrise.
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.
Mercury is visible again! Look just before sunrise and just after sunset for the closest planets.
Overnight temperatures are getting warmer so this week is a good one to catch planets just before sunrise.
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…
Look for planets just before sunrise through this week. The moon will help light up our nights as it grows past the first quarter.
Looking for something to do out of the house that does not violate the stay at home rules? You are allowed to take a drive and we've put together a loop through lakes country of Minnesota to take in some…