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Planets in the sky

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Planets in the sky. Get inspired and try out new things.
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The Big Dipper: A Useful Pointer in the Sky | Space

The Big Dipper is an asterism in the constellation Ursa Major. The familiar group of stars serves as a pointer to other locations in the sky.

The ultimate guide to family stargazing at the cottage

One of the best things about being at the cottage is that it makes all those big problems you left back home feel small. When you’re at the lake, your

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Mercury will reach its sun's east longitude (the maximum angle of separation from the sun) on June 4, 2020 (Thursday), but it will be easy to find Mercury in the sky on the evening of June 3 and 4.  At its maximum pitch angle, the planet will be located 24 degrees east of the sun.  Observers will be able to see Mercury with the naked eye about 40-60 minutes after sunset.  This innermost planet will glow at 0.4 magnitude.  It will rise to a point not too high above the western horizon, and will b
Who hasn't felt a sense of awe while looking deep into the sky, lit with countless stars on a clear night? Who hasn't asked themselves if ours is the only planet that supports life? Who hasn't pondered the nature of the planets, stars, galaxies, and the Universe itself?