Two of the comets that return to us this year come to their Continue reading “Comets, and beams to them”
A gathering in the evening sky. Continue reading “Moon-Venus-Encke-Mars-Uranus congress”
Climbing northward out of the constellation Cancer is Continue reading “A second close-passing comet”
Encke’s Comet is swooping in, on the latest of its many returns.
The first bright comet of the year – not bright enough Continue reading “Comet with a name longer than its tail”
I got a phone call from New York. Bruce King Continue reading “Devices, 1: Star Hat”
Over the past thirteen days I’ve programmed for myself a way to use Continue reading “Comets of the near future”
– the comet that is now like a faint star close to brilliant Arcturus. Continue reading “More on Catalina”
Comet Catalina (C/2013 US10) is now fairly easily findable in binoculars as it climbs from eastern Virgo into Boötes, and when several people remarked on this I remembered about Berenice’s Comet.
Comet C/2013 US10 Catalina will be at perihelion tomorrow, Nov. 15. —Please see note at end.