All posts tagged: stargaze

Blue star

wonderful big bright blue star Rigel is a blue supergiant star Uranus is blue-green in color Neptune is blue Uranus appears greener and Neptune bluer On evenings Jan 8, 9, 10 and 11, 2021 watch Jupiter and Saturn still close together, and the third planet, Mercury, is just now coming into view, creating planetary trio. Mercury color is a dark gray On the mornings of Jan 9, 10 and 11, 2021, you can watch Moon and Venus Venus looks very bright with a white and yellowish

Night sky

reddish Mars Moon and Mars Saturn and bright Jupiter Moon and Mars movement Nov 25-27, 2020 Moon and Mars, blue-green Uranus is near themSaturn and Jupiter, Pluto is near themNov 27-28, 2020 – after sunset look for Earth’s shadow (in dark blue) and the Belt of Venus (in pink) below the bright moon

Night sky

maybe I was lucky that little shadow on the planet’s edge to be Jupiter’s moon shadow photo 🙂 Ganymede gives Jupiter’s a black eye exceptionally rare view because of how close the planets appear to one another between 16-25 December, on Dec 21 they will look like a double planet, for most telescope viewers, each planet and several of their largest moons will be visible in the same field of view that evening

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

Jupiter and Saturn together in the night sky (dots on photos) my attempts to make photos of Saturn (yellowish-brown) and Jupiter (bright) Mars is also visible, bright orange-red. I hope I inspire you to go skywatching, stargazing, watch the Moon, enjoy the night sky, Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, and make some photos 🙂 photo a day nightcolors and letters