The Night Sky! January, February, March 2021 | Best Astronomy Views | The Orion Nebula & More

I’ll walk you through the best views of the Moon, Planets and Deep Sky objects like the Orion Nebula this winter. Regardless of your equipment or experience, we’ve got something here for you to see in the night sky. Please let me know what you’ve gone out see this winter with your telescope, binoculars or […]

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I Took a Picture of the Christmas Tree Star Cluster. Where is it in the Night Sky?

I’ll show you how find the Christmas Tree Star Cluster in the night sky. Made up of over 80 stars, it lights up the sky all winter long and is a treat to see through the telescope or image with a tracking mount. Follow Late Night Astronomy on: http://www.instagram.com/latenightastronomy http://www.twitter.com/latenightastro http://www.youtube.com/latenightastronomy

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How to see the Christmas Star: The Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn

I’ll show you how to see the Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn, also known as “The Christmas Star”. This rare event will be an incredible experience in astronomy that you won’t want to miss! Follow Late Night Astronomy on: http://www.instagram.com/latenightastronomy http://www.twitter.com/latenightastro http://www.youtube.com/latenightastronomy

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Mars Opposition Through My Telescope: High Magnification Surface Detail

Take a look at Mars through my telescope as it gets close to Earth during opposition. This is the best time to observe and image our red neighbor as it becomes one of the brightest stars in the sky. Follow Late Night Astronomy on: http://www.instagram.com/latenightastronomy http://www.twitter.com/latenightastro http://www.youtube.com/latenighastronomy

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