Don’t miss out on all the action this week, particularly when it comes to our Moon and a select few planets!
Don’t miss an opportunity to see the Double Cluster, or the black shadow of the Galilean moon cross Jupiter’s disk. And keep an eye out for Pallas!
Don’t miss the peak period of the Leonids meteor shower, or the chance to glimpse the Andromeda Galaxy!
Week two in November kicks off with the second total lunar eclipse of 2022, and ends with the Northern Taurids meteor shower reaching its peak.
A majority of the planets on our list will be well-positioned for viewing in the evening, during certain periods in November — including Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.
Take a look at the spooky Owl Cluster this Halloween, watch Algol brighten mid-week, and wrap it all up with the Southern Taurids meteor shower.
Catch a glimpse of a partial solar eclipse, double shadows on Jupiter, and on Halloween Eve Medusa’s eye will pulse.
The annual Orionids meteor shower peaks in the Americas on Friday, October 21, and is best viewed in Canada at 3:00 a.m.
On October 16, the moon will “meet” bright stars Castor and Pollux, allowing all three objects to share the view in binoculars.