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We showed you how to use Cassiopeia to find this galaxy. Now try star-hopping from the Great Square of Pegasus.
We thought we might get through this summer without the dumb hoax about Mars as big as a full moon rearing its head. But, no.
Mars, Saturn and the star Antares have made a triangle in our sky for months. Now see them in a straight(ish) line.
Look for the waning gibbous moon to rise in the middle of the night. It might look strangely oblong.
Easiest way to find the large spiral galaxy next door. Try it, next time you’re under a dark sky.
Tips on eclipse-watching. Order your eclipse glasses now!
The daytime moon floats pale and beautiful against a blue sky. Look west after sunrise!
Venus and Jupiter are super bright, near the sunset glare. Mercury is nearby.
Deneb is one of the most distant stars you will see with your eye alone. That’s because it’s one of the most luminous stars in the Milky Way galaxy.
Born between November 29 and December 18? If so, the sun passes in front of Ophiuchus on your birthday.
A rare sky over northern Idaho