This is the best showing Mercury can make for you this evening: Continue reading “Mercury on April the First”
Mercury will on August 16 stand out far on the evening side of the Sun – the farthest for the year. And yet it is the year’s worst apparition of Mercury!
On Monday May 9 comes the passage of the pinpoint black planet (here shown 5 times larger than scale) across the vast boiling face of the Sun.
Tomorrow morning the Moon will finish its plunge past a bright star and three bright planets by gliding less than a degree from little Mercury.
Mercury reaches tomorrow its greatest eastward elongation –
Venus and Mercury are at their northernmost points – and, by chance, almost simultaneously.
Mercury tomorrow will be at the top of its best evening appearance of this year Continue reading “Mercury in May”
Mercury will tomorrow be farthest out from the Sun Continue reading “Planet ad absurdum”