Back on May 23, Saturn was at its full glory Continue reading “Saturn outshone”
Over the next several evenings you can see Continue reading “Moving into line”
Saturday, and Saturn is at opposition. A planet’s crowning time Continue reading “Satur”
The Moon reappears and climbs past four planets.
My outburst a month ago about the centenary of Continue reading “A Turkish Delight”
Britain, the so-called United Kingdom, held a national election on May 7. Like almost every election, it exemplified Continue reading “The vote”
Venus and Mercury are at their northernmost points – and, by chance, almost simultaneously.
Aiken, South Carolina, former Sports Capital of the South Continue reading “Capitals”
Mercury tomorrow will be at the top of its best evening appearance of this year Continue reading “Mercury in May”
Here it comes again, the dust-trail of Halley’s Comet. Continue reading “Eta Aquarid morning meteors”