As we move into spring with its longer daylight we say goodbye to the winter constellations and their bright stars.
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To walk under a bright Moon at night is quite different to walking the same route by day.
What does the year have in store?
Winter is a good time to look at the stars.
On the evening of the 11th January we have a conjunction of Jupiter and Mercury
This is last big event of the year. The planets Jupiter and Saturn, will appear closer together in the sky than at any time since 1623!
On the evening of 13th December and morning of 14th December we have the peak of the Geminid Meteor shower.
A blog series by Tony Roberts from the Edenbridge and District Astronomers.