Hey, Sky Fans! Don’t forget! Late this Saturday night into Sunday will be a great chance to see a terrific conjunction of the planets Mars and Saturn, the full moon, and the bright star Antares putting on a rectangular show lowish in your southeastern skies. Mars will be very bright and at opposition—in a straight line with the Earth and Sun—and will keep getting brighter for a few more days thanks to some exciting orbital intrigue. We’ll talk more about that soon. Here’s a screen from Stellarium of what the sky will look like at around 1am Sunday near Sky Watch HQ, as well as my stab at the same scene from a few days ago. Trust me, the real thing will be better and worth staying up late for. Clear skies, everyone!