Lunar libration reveals elusive oceans on Feb. 25, 2023 at 7 p.m. (Chris Vaughan) | SkyNews
This Week’s Sky: February 20-28

On Saturday, February 25, libration will shift Mare Crisium farther from the Moon’s edge. On the same evening, look closely for two dark patches positioned between Mare Crisium and the Moon’s edge.

The spectacular Orion Nebula on Feb. 17, 2023 at 8 p.m. |SkyNews
This Week’s Sky: February 13-19

Weather permitting, take a look at the spectacular Orion Nebula on Feb. 17, 2023 at 8 p.m.

Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) meets Mars on Feb. 10, 2023 at 10 p.m. (Chris Vaughan) | SkyNews
This Week’s Sky: February 6-12

Keep an eye on Comet E3 ZTF this week, while also looking for the zodiacal light and the stars of Orion’s Belt.

Mars, February 2023. (Chris Vaughan) | SkyNews
Planets at a Glance: February 2023

Keep an eye on the planets this month, as February promises some interesting views (weather pending).

Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) closest to Earth on February 1, 2023, at 9 p.m. (Chris Vaughan) | SkyNews
This Week’s Sky: January 30-February 5

The long-period comet designated C/2022 E3 (ZTF) is predicted to become bright enough to be seen by Northern Hemisphere skywatchers on February 1.

New Moon on January 21, 2023, at 20:53 GMT. (Christ Vaughan and Starry Night Education) | SkyNews
This Week’s Sky: January 16-22

Every week, SkyNews publishes a list of key events in the Canadian sky in This Week’s Sky.

The famous Leo Triplet of galaxies is composed of two Messier objects, M65 and M66, as well as NGC 3628. (Dan Kusz) | SkyNews
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Tuesday's new Moon marks the Lunar New Year, the beginning of the year on the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar.(Dru Kelly/Unsplash) | SkyNews
Lunar New Year and lunisolar calendars

Tuesday marks the Lunar New Year in many countries around the world, including China, Korea and Vietnam.

U.K. imager Damian Peach captured this view of Comet Catalina on September 11, 2015, before its conjunction with the Sun.
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