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Moon

Maria and Oceanus lunar maria (seas) and oceanus (ocean) Mare Cognitum Sea that has become knownMare Crisium Sea of CrisesMare Fecunditatis Sea of FecundityMare Frigoris Sea of ColdMare Humorum Sea of MoistureMare Imbrium Sea of RainMare Insularum Sea of IslandsMare Nectaris Sea of NectarMare Nubium Sea of CloudsMare Tranquillitatis Sea of TranquilityMare Serenitatis Sea of SerenityMare Vaporum Sea of VaporOceanus Procellarum Ocean of Storms (maria are huge basins formed by volcanic eruptions and early astronomers mistook them for seas)

Night sky

Moon and the star Fomalhaut bluish-white (dot on photos), called the Loneliest Star or the Solitary One because appears in a part of the sky that’s largely empty of bright stars. Watch for the Moon and Mars on November 24, 25 and 26, 2020. photo a daycolors and letters

Night sky

(19 November) Moon with Earthshine brightness, Moon, Jupiter and Saturn (dots on photo) (20 November) Mars (left photo) and Moon, Saturn, Jupiter 18 to 21, 2020, look first for Jupiter – silver bright starlike and nearby golden starlike – Saturn photo a daycolors and letters

Night sky

phases of the Moon Moon with Earthshine brightness (is a dull glow which lights up the unlit part of the Moon) my attempts to make photos of Jupiter (bright) and Saturn (yellowish-brown) and Mars (reddish, pale-orange) Moon, Jupiter and Saturn Oct.21 22 23 Moon and Mars Oct.28 29 30 Blue Moon will come on Oct.31. Blue moons don’t really look blue in color, but because it’ll be the second of two full moons to occur in a single calendar month is called a Blue Moon. Blue Moon and red Mars Oct.31. Great meetings of the Moon, Jupiter and Saturn; Moon and Mars, for hobby stargazers 🙂