More earthshine, a meteor shower, and Mercury are all visible in this week's night skies.
Venus has been below the horizon for months, but this week it is visible right alongside Mars.
Some young budding Meteorologist got to ask questions of our own chief. Kindergarteners from Mr. Krebs' class in New York Mills, Zoomed into the KVRR Weather Center to get a virtual tour and talk with Chief Meteorologist Rob Kupec. Besides…
The Lyrid meteor shower will be visible this week with some clear overnight skies
Another Earthshine Moon is visible this week, but that same moon will block Mars from view.
Most nights this week are cloudy, but if you can spot the moon between the clouds you can see Earthshine reflected onto the moon's surface.
Warmer temperatures will make stargazing easy this week. Skies will stay clear into early next week.