Posts Tagged ‘Skywatchers’

Here’s how to see the spectacular Leonid meteor shower next week

Next week, “shooting stars” will streak across the evening sky as the Leonid meteor shower reaches Earth once more. This once-a-year meteor shower is known to be responsible for many of the most intense displays in history, with meteors dropping at rates as high as 50,000 per hour. However, this year’s event probably won’t rank […]

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Rare Meteor Shower May Grace Skies This Week

Skywatchers are crossing their fingers that, early this Tuesday morning, they may witness a brief outburst of a dormant meteor shower that has not been seen in over eight …

Skywatchers Guide Eye-Catching Triple Planet Huddle in Evening Sky

This weekend, skywatchers around the world will get to see a striking triple planetary meetup in the evening skies the likes of which won't be repeated until …

Long Awaited, Comet PanSTARRS Now Glows in the Twilight

Boston MA (SPX) Mar 13, 2013

Look west around the middle of twilight on a clear evening this week, and with a little luck – and maybe binoculars – you might spot a one-time-only visitor newly arrived from very deep space.

Skywatchers have been …

Bright comet in the evening sky

Skywatchers in the northern hemisphere should enjoy a rare treat in the next few weeks, as Comet C/2011 L4 PANSTARRS enters the evening sky. Although the brightness of comets is notoriously difficult to predict, it looks as though this object may even …

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