On Monday (Jan. 30), the moon will cross in front of Mars, causing an occultation or eclipse of the planet.
Venus and Saturn will be in conjunction on Sunday (Jan. 22), appearing close enough together in the sky to both be seen through a telescope. The close pairing will also be visible to the naked-eye.
On Feb. 1, comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) will pass to within 28 million miles (42 million km) of our planet, its first visit in 50,000 years.
The bright moon will interfere with the 2023 Quadrantid meteor shower this year, limiting the shooting star display.
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The moon will be at new moon phase on Dec. 23 when the Ursid meteor shower reaches its peak, meaning it won't provide any hindrance at all for meteor watching.
The Geminid meteor shower is predicted to reach its peak before dawn next Wednesday morning (Dec. 14).
The full moon will appear in very close proximity to a brilliant Mars in the evening of Wednesday (Dec. 7) as the Red Planet reaches opposition.
Scientists have produced various models of the Leonid meteor shower and all of them are indicating that the Earth will intersect a few "rivers of rubble" left behind by comet Tempel-Tuttle this year.
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About half of the contiguous 48 states will enjoy mainly clear skies, providing a perfect backdrop for viewing the total eclipse of the moon that will take place early on Election Day morning.
See the sun rise while a total lunar eclipse sets on Tuesday (Nov. 8), in a phenomenon known as a 'selenelion'.
We've assembled a chronology of the different phases of the Blood Moon total lunar eclipse, including some of the things you might see during each phase.
During a one-week time frame extending from Nov. 5th through Nov. 12, the Taurid meteor shower will be most active.
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Early on Election Day morning, early risers will have an opportunity to observe the November Beaver Moon undergo a total eclipse.
On Tuesday, Oct. 25, the new moon will orbit between the sun and the Earth, causing a partial eclipse of the sun to take place.
For a few days centered on Oct. 21st each year, the Earth sweeps through a swarm of meteoroids known as the Orionids; widely scattered debris shed by the most famous of all comets, Halley's Comet.
The two most conspicuous star patterns whirling in their nightly course in the northern skies are the Big Dipper and the "W" of Cassiopeia the Queen.
During the late evening hours of Friday (Oct. 14), Mars will rendezvous with the moon in the night sky.
You can get a very good idea about where the moon will be in the sky during the eclipse by looking for it on Tuesday morning, Oct. 11.
On Saturday evening (Oct. 8), should local weather conditions permit, you'll be able to enjoy a view of a waxing gibbous moon hovering near to the "king of the planets," Jupiter.
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