The morning hours are prime time for planet watchers, with Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Mercury currently putting on a fine show. The photo above was captured by SkyNews associate editor Alan Dyer on the morning of October 20. (Click on the image for a full-size version.)
Take a tour of the summer night sky, through the Coathanger asterism, as well as the Tweedledee and Tweedledum clusters.
A beautiful eclipse greeted northern and eastern Canadians as they woke up on June 10, 2021. Here’s what our readers saw.
Jupiter and Saturn will start rising before midnight this month, while Mars and Venus start to spend more time in evening twilight.
What is the Lunar X? Learn more about this lunar phenomenon and when you can see it on the Moon.