Oct 15, 2016 ... From around the world, three of the five bright planets appear in the evening sky
as darkness falls in October 2016: Venus, Saturn and Mars.
Oct 4, 2016 ... Mars fades over the course of October, but will remain visible and bright red in
the evening southwestern sky. Mars is moving eastward through ...
Jun 4, 2016 ... Soon after the sun sets and the sky becomes sufficiently dark to see the brighter
stars, our attention is drawn to not one, but three bright planets.
2 days ago ... Venus is even lower (about five degrees), but is sixty times brighter (magnitude –
3.9 ... Meanwhile, the morning sky's sole planet is Jupiter.
The five brightest planets - Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn - have been
known since ancient times and can easily be seen with the naked eye if one ...
This makes it easier to pick out the brighter patterns in the real sky. ... The planets
Mars, Saturn and Venus can all be seen together this month if you look toward ...
Oct 11, 2016 ... Last month the planet Neptune was at opposition. ... There are no comets brighter
than magnitude 8 visible this month. Meteors: ... Sky Report.
Sirius, the brightest star that can be seen in the sky, is much dimmer than Venus
is. People have known that Venus existed for centuries. The planet was named ...
Jan 22, 2016 ... Skywatchers will soon have a rare opportunity to view five bright planets in the
morning sky. Illustration by Andrew Fazekas, SkySafari.
Jan 21, 2016 ... Starting this week, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn are gathering
together in the pre-dawn sky. It's the first time these five planets have ...