Look for the gas giants this week as Saturn meets the gibbous Moon and Jupiter re-enters the evening sky
Turn your alarm clocks on early! The crescent Moon passes by the morning planet cavalcade this week, and incredible early-morning sight
The morning planet bonanza continues as Mercury reaches greatest western elongation and the gibbous Moon passes Saturn.
It’s finally here — watch this week as Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn meet in the morning sky.
The planets and Moon race through the cosmos this week, with the crescent Moon tagging the Beehive cluster and Mars outrunning Jupiter.
The Moon meets Venus, Mars and Jupiter in the night sky this week.
As the Moon reaches third quarter at the end of the week, prepare for dark night skies, great for deep-sky object hunting.
The full blood Moon — a total lunar eclipse on May 15 — steals the spotlight in the night skies this week.
The young crescent Moon waxes to first quarter this week, passing Mercury and the Beehive Cluster