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Beautiful Image of the planet Jupiter by Jim Chung. The Great Red Spot is also visible. Click on the image to embiggen.
Sometimes objects like the moon, planets or asteroids move in front of a star. An observer in the right location can see the star disappear or dim for a few seconds then brighten again.
March is the best month to try the Messier Marathon. We start the month off with a Lunar X opportunity. Later this week one might see the "Handle of Moon" and the naked-eye occultation of lambda Geminorium.
A detailed overview on what to look for in the months of January and February. Prepared by Chris Vaughan and presented at the Recreational Astronomy Night.
Image by Lynn Hilborn taken from the Canaveral National Seashore January 20, 2015. An Atlas V rocket launches; in the frame comet Lovejoy, Orion and the Pleiades are also seen.
The great planet Jupiter is the brightest object in the east and southeastern sky all evening this winter.
Launch of SpaceX Falcon 9 from Canaveral National Seashore Apollo Beach, by Lynn Hilborn January 10, 2015, 4.47am
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