The moon has left our evening sky and is more favorably placed for viewing early in the morning. Our nights now are particularly dark, so there is an...
 Two evening planets are easy to see and are getting closer. The bright red planet Mars and the ringed planet Saturn are going to join together in...
The gibbous moon will appear near the bright red planet Mars tomorrow night. A third celestial object is the bright star Spica, the principal star in...
The nights ahead leading up to the Fourth of July are the best as we have an assembly of brilliant stars and bright planets.
Summer officially arrives tomorrow at 6:51 in the morning. Summer solstice is described as the longest day. For us, sunshine covers the Island from 5...
Tonight’s full moon appears low in the southern sky. It rises in the southeast at sunset and remains to the south, setting tomorrow at sunrise in the...
Tides will run higher and lower than normal in the coming week as the moon gets both closer to the earth and enters the full moon phase. Full Moon is...
There are three visible planets in our evening sky, and a fourth under our feet. On any clear night, right after sunset, it is possible these days to...
If you have time tonight, take a walk outside and look to the heavens. Comet 209P/LINEAR is passing by and the earth is traveling through a portion...

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