Two full moons appear in the same month.
Scorpius is easy to trace in the sky.
Venus performs its last transit of the century.
A solar eclipse darkens the skies.
Four planets dance together.
The constellations of spring appear.
Saturn flaunts its many rings.
Long, cold nights are lit by the Quadrantid meteor shower.
A lunar eclipse stains the Moon red.
Go fishing for Pisces in the southern sky.
The Andromeda Galaxy shows off its spiral arms.
A small telescope reveals bands of clouds in Jupiter's atmosphere.
Hunt hazy nebulae across the summer sky.
Jupiter and Mars join forces just before sunrise.
A partial solar eclipse greets Alaska, northern Canada, eastern Asia and far-northern Europe.
Look for the hat-shaped Sombrero Galaxy in the southern sky.
The Lyrid meteor shower pelts the Earth.
The spring constellations, Gemini and Cancer, rise in the night sky.
Betelgeuse, the red supergiant star, glows from Orion's shoulder.
The Quadrantid meteors invade from the East.