Saturday, March 31, 2018
Southern Skywatch April 2018 edition is now out!
The April edition of Southern Skywatch is now up.
This month still sees most of the planetary action move to the evening sky. Speedy Mercury returns to the morning sky but Venus and Jupiter become more prominent in the evening sky and Mars and Saturn enter the late evening sky.
Jupiter becomes more prominent the evening sky, and is closes to the Moon on the 3rd and 30th.
Mars is closest to Saturn and M22 (spectacularly so to M22) on the 2nd.
Saturn is close to the globular cluster M22 this month.
UPDATE: never post early in the morning before catching a plane, fixed the wrong dates.
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