Nature Walk with Brad Klein: Astronomy in May

Written by on May 13, 2020

Nature Walk with Brad Klein: Astronomy in May

By Brad Klein

May 13, 2020

See Mars form a line with Jupiter and Saturn in the predawn sky in March 2020. The asterism known as the “teapot” will be to their right. (Image credit: Space/com via SkySafari App)

Many evenings in April in the Valley, we had brilliant views of Venus in the Western Sky. But this week, the planetary show is around the waning moon. Jupiter, Saturn and Mars will take turns being ‘in conjunction’ with the moon this week. They will appear nearby and share the same celestial longitude with the moon on Tuesday and Thursday nights.


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