See the moon glow with Earthshine this weekend. The phenomenon occurs when sunlight is reflected off Earth and back toward the moon shortly after sunset.
Neptune will enter retrograde on Tuesday (June 28) and will appear to 'reverse its course' as it moves across the sky. Here's how to see it.
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The moon will pass close to Mercury in the predawn sky on Monday (June 27). Find out how and where to see this skywatching event.
A gorgeous photo opportunity will greet skywatchers on Sunday (June 26) when the slim crescent moon meets Venus in the early morning sky.
Reference Space weather refers to conditions in the region of space that is affected by the sun. It is tricky to predict and can wreak havoc on the technological world.
A rare planetary alignment will peak predawn on Friday (June 24) when the crescent moon joins the party. An alignment like this will not occur again until 2040.
The moon will appear to hop over Uranus in the predawn sky as it continues its planetary tour. The event will occur between Friday (June 24) and Saturday (June 25).
Look up! Venus will pass the Pleiades in the predawn sky on Thursday. The encounter will be visible with a pair of binoculars.
The moon approaches Mars in the predawn sky on Wednesday (June 22). The pair will be visible in the same field of view using a pair of binoculars.
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Summer in the Northern Hemisphere began today (June 21) as the summer solstice 2022 occurred at 5:14 a.m. EDT (0914 GMT), marking the longest day of the year.
The moon will approach Jupiter in the early hours of Tuesday morning (June 21) on the summer solstice. The duo will be visible to the naked eye or through a pair of binoculars.
The moon will pass main-belt asteroid Vesta this weekend. The pair will be visible to observers using a widefield telescope eyepiece.
The moon will join Saturn in the predawn sky on Saturday (June 18). The pair will be visible to the naked eye and through a pair of binoculars.
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Mercury will reveal itself at pre-dawn tomorrow (June 16) when the planet reaches greatest western elongation. Here's how to see it.
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Reference The Carrington Event took place in September 1859 and is one of history's largest solar storms. Events like this can wreak havoc on our technological world.
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Reference A supermoon occurs when the full moon coincides with the moon's closest approach to Earth in its orbit. 2022 will experience four supermoons.
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