Did you get a chance to see the Moon with Mars, Aldebaran, the Hyades, and the Pleiades on March 19, 2021?
Tonight’s the last night of winter! Why not spend it with the Moon, Mars, and the Pleiades?
The planet Mars and the Pleiades cluster will be close together in the skies tonight… but that’s not the end of the story!
The Moon’s Primary Phases for March 2021!
Last (Third) Quarter: March 6
New Moon: March 13
First Quarter: March 21
Full Moon: March 28
Let’s look for Mars just as the Perseverance rover makes it there!
Not watching the game this weekend? How about The Superb Owl Star Party VI instead?!
This article originally ran in the March 31, 2020 issue of the Westchester Examiner newspaper, but hasn’t made it into their online version yet. I wanted to share it with you until it’s available on their site.
The skies haven’t been canceled! Here are five things to look for over the next few nights!
2. The Hyades & Pleiades
3. The Big Dipper/Plough
5. The Moon