This month, Uranus completes its retrograde loop and resumes its eastward motion in the skies, and Mercury returns to view. Here’s more on the planetary events this month.
Weather report for December 21 got you down? See through the clouds — or at least commiserate — with RASC and Explore Scientific!
The Geminids promise to give a great show this year as the prolific meteor shower peaks during a new Moon.
While in isolation, make the most of the night sky. Here’s the SkyNews centre spread star chart for May/June 2020.
As people around the world isolate themselves to keep COVID-19 at bay, SkyNews is looking through the archives to help keep your mind occupied.
If skies are clear, point your lenses to the Moon this Sunday, March 1 around 6:52 EST — the Lunar X should be visible.
Alan Dyer Bonus Event: Comet PanSTARRS C/2017 T2 will be visible through binoculars in late May and early June.