Holidaying in country WA gives you an excellent opportunity to see something not normally visible under bright city lights. The Large and Small Magellanic Clouds (sometimes abbreviated to LMC and SMC!) are galaxies outside of our own Milky Way Galaxy. From Earth, they...
There are three full Moons classified as "Supermoons" in 2019. They rise in January, February and March. The Moon’s orbit around Earth is slightly oval shaped or elliptical. So, every month there’s a time when the Moon is at its closest distance to Earth (at perigee)...
The two brightest planets we see from Earth appear close together in the early morning sky this month. Venus is the brighter of the two planets and is below and to the left of Jupiter. When to look: 3am, Wednesday 23rd January 2019 Which direction to look: East If...