The next full moon on May 24-25 is a supermoon, but the perigee full moon on June 23 will be the most “super” supermoon of five in 2013.
Posts by Bruce McClure
.Two planets await you in the western twilight, and set shortly thereafter, but the moon and Regulus stay out all evening long.
We passed between the sun and Saturn on April 28. May 2013 is a good time to see Saturn. Tips and charts that’ll let you locate the ringed planet.
Learn about the constellation Cancer – and learn why you probably won’t see it tonight in the moon’s glare.
Jupiter and Venus are both now visible after sunset. As the month passes, Mercury will join them. Meanwhile, Saturn is also in the evening sky.
Jupiter and Venus line up with the moon in the western sky after sunset on May 13, 2013. Start watching these planets now. They have an awesome conjunction ahead!
The moon and brilliant planet Jupiter are close together in the west after sunset on May 12, 2013. The bright planet Venus is also nearby.
You’ll need an unobstructed horizon to see the planet Venus below the moon and Jupiter on May 11, 2013.
Catch the youngest of young moons near the planet Venus on Friday, May 10. Jupiter is the bright object above them in the western twilight.
To see the annular eclipse of the sun from land on Friday, May 10, 2013, you have to be in just the right place in Australia, Papua New Guinea or the Solomon Islands.