The Moon and Mars will look like they’re seriously close together tonight. Though… not like in that hoax from a few weeks ago.
New to the skies? Want to brush up a bit? I hope you’ll check out my new BBC Sky at Night article; a tour of autumn’s stars and constellations.
Here’s the Moon’s primary phases for September 2020!
(all times UTC)
September 2: Full Moon
September 10: Last Quarter
September 17: New Moon
September 24: First Quarter
Have you ever wondered what the difference between a meteor, a meteoroid, and a meteorite are?
Did you know you can see Jupiter’s four giant moons from your own home?
I saw Comet NEOWISE last night… with my naked eye!
Head out this weekend for 162 of our solar system’s moons!
Here are the Moon’s primary phases for July 2020!
July 5: Full Moon
July 12: Last Quarter
July 20: New Moon
July: 27: First Quarter
I made a couple of big mistakes in my last Moon Phases post. Let’s talk about them…
Here are the Moon’s primary phases for June 2020!
June 5: Full Moon
June 13: Last Quarter
June 21: New Moon
June 28: First Quarter