The 2014 Quadrantid meteor shower is likely to be at its best before dawn on January 3 for North America, and before dawn on January 4 in Asia.
0419Use Big Dipper to find Polaris and Little Dipper
0420Vega marks radiant point of April’s Lyrid meteor shower
0421Lyrid meteors fly in predawn moonlight on April 22
0422Two brilliant stars lead to the constellation Hercules
0423Star-hop from Leo to the Coma star cluster
0424Moon, Venus beautify the predawn and dawn sky on April 25
0425Waning moon and Venus still close before sunrise April 26
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