It’s the Moon’s time to shine, as through the week it passes Uranus, Mars, the Winter Hexagon and Messier 35.
There’s a new Moon this week, making it an excellent time to check out an open cluster and appreciate bright stars in our sky.
Orion is in excellent position this week to take a look at its nebula, while Venus passes Saturn over the weekend.
After a busy month for the planets, the Full Wolf Moon takes centre stage this Thursday.
Check out lunar features this week as the Moon waxes to gibbous.
With a new Moon in the sky this week, it’s the perfect time to look for some deep-sky objects
Jupiter and Saturn provide a continuation of last month’s show, meeting with Mercury post sunset this week.
Ring in the new year as the Earth reaches perihelion and a meteor shower streaks the sky.
Saturn and Jupiter meet in their closest conjunction since 1623, a minor meteor shower peaks and the Moon’s Lunar X will be visible for western Canadians.