Most North America gets to see the Moon blot out Antares Thursday night.
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The two brightest planets pass less than half a degree apart at dusk on the night of March 1st.
Now’s the time to catch periodic Comet 96P Machholz on its encore dawn performance, before it slides out of view.
The first good comet of the year, Comet E3 ZTF is a fine object for northern hemisphere observers in January.