Sunday, Nov. 17, 10:16 a.m. EST. The Full Moon of November is known as the Beaver Moon or the Frosty Moon. It rises around sunset and sets around sunrise, the only night in the month when the Moon is in the sky all night long.
Tuesday/Wednesday, Nov. 12/13, 10:08–10:14 p.m. EST. Double shadow transit on Jupiter The two satellite shadows will only be on the disk of Jupiter simultaneously for 6 minutes, mainly visible with Jupiter low in the eastern sky in the Eastern Standard Time zone, but Europa’s shadow will linger on the disk long enough for everyone across the continent to see it.
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Mercury at Greatest Elongation West, November 2013
Thursday, Nov. 28, 1:42 p.m. EST. Comet ISON comes perilously close to the sun today, skimming only 724,000 miles (1,165,000 km.) above its surface. This view from Earth shows just how close it will get.