A Guide to the Night Sky: February 2017 - Tre Gibbs LLAS - Sonoma County Gazette

The longest nights of the season are behind us. Before you know it we'll be setting our clocks ahead one hour in preparation for Spring. But we are still in Winter's grip and will be for at least another four weeks, although there are signs everywhere ...

Moon swept by Venus in the night sky - NORCAL

Just after sunset on Sunday, sky gazers were able to feat their eyes on the two brightest objects in the night sky as the Moon was swept by Venus. The thin waxing crescent Moon, the only natural satellite of our planet, looked rather low in the sky ...

Moon slides by Venus over the next few days - KVOA Tucson News

On Sunday night look to the west just after sunset (5:55pm Tucson time) to see the two brightest objects in our night sky, the moon and Venus. The thin waxing crescent moon will be rather low in the sky so catch it soon after sunset before it disappears.

Venus, Mars and the crescent moon share a group hug - The Daily Herald

Star-watching is wonderful this month. In fact, this is one of the best times of the year. It's worth bundling up for, and then some. To start out the stargazing adventure this month, check out the great conjunction, or what I call a “celestial hugging ...

Sky Watch: February puts on a super star show - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Star watching is wonderful this month and is worth bundling up for. In fact, this is one of the best times of the year. It's especially fantastic to see the starry sky in the countryside away from the city lights. Maybe you already live out there. If ...

Moon, Mars and Venus in alignment - koreatimes (press release)

From left, the Moon, Mars (in red circle) and Venus form a straight line in the skies over Daejeon, Wednesday. This was the first such alignment of the Moon and the planets since 2004. In the past, people believed celestial objects aligned in the skies ...