Venus is slowing in its climb away from the Sun into the pre-dawn sky, but manages to pass Mars.
. . . his stedfast shade
Sleeps on his luminous ring Continue reading “Still as while Saturn whirls”
Another “trio.” On the evening of March 4, look for Venus, Mars, and Uranus, at their tightest grouping, in the after-sunset western sky. Continue reading “Dim third”
Time flows, but we keep trying to cut it into pieces, like using a sword to chop a river. Continue reading “Dam Time”
I already glimpsed this scene out of a train window Continue reading “Venus-Mars-Moon Trio”
Perhaps you took a look at the after-sunset sky and saw Mars passing Saturn Continue reading “A trio of lights”
There’s a bright-planet conjunction that you can see Continue reading “Mars vs. Saturn”