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The Night Sky This Month: November 2022

November 1, 2022 James Miller 0

A total Lunar Eclipse or “Blood Moon” will occur on November 8th. The eclipse will be visible in most of the Pacific Ocean region, eastern Russia, Japan, Australia, and throughout most of western and central […]

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The Night Sky This Month: October 2022

October 1, 2022 James Miller 0

Planetary viewing remains poor in the Northern Hemisphere, particularly for observers located at or above latitude 450N. Moreover, most of the planets will remain within about 20 or so degrees above the horizon for observers […]

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The Night Sky This Month: August 2022

July 31, 2022 James Miller 0

In August, planetary viewing remains poor for observers situated north of latitude 500N. Observers between latitude 250N and latitude 500N, on the other hand, might be able to spot some of the inner planets at […]

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The Night Sky This Month: July 2022

July 1, 2022 James Miller 0

Sky watchers can look forward to observing a Super Moon in July, as well as the annual Delta Aquarids meteor shower, noted for their persistent ionized gas trails. This month, planetary viewing remains difficult for […]

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The Night Sky This Month: May 2022

May 1, 2022 James Miller 0

There’s a wealth of astronomical occurrences to delight in May. Look out for the Eta Aquarids, a Halley’s Comet associated meteor shower, producing around 30 meteors per hour during its peak on the nights of […]

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The Night Sky This Month: April 2022

April 1, 2022 James Miller 0

The arrival of April heralds warmer weather as the northern hemisphere tilts towards the Sun causing temperatures to rise. Meanwhile, the winter constellations are beginning to move away from view in the western part of […]

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The Night Sky This Month: February 2022

January 30, 2022 James Miller 0

Lying on the celestial equator, Orion is the most recognizable constellation in the heavens throughout the world. Furthermore, there’s no better time to observe Orion than in February’s early evening sky, as well as the […]

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