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The Quadrantid meteor shower of 2021 peaks overnight on Jan. 2 and 3, but the bright moon will spoil the view.
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Here is a guide to when certain planets will appear brightest and most visible in the 2021 night sky, including a dazzling Venus display at the year's end!
Here are the 10 most noteworthy sky events — including meteor showers and eclipses — that will take place in 2021.
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The full moon of December, called the Full Cold Moon, will arrive on Dec. 29 and there are plenty of planets to see with it.
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December is the month of the winter solstice, which a large part of the world associates with such celebrations as Nativity festivals.
Saturn and Jupiter shared a rare "great conjunction" on Dec. 21 that thrilled skywatchers around the world.
The 2019 Ursid meteor shower will peak the night of Dec. 21-22, with expected rates of about five to 10 meteors per hour.