Saturn continues to emerge from out of the Sun’s glare and into the early morning twilight. Can you catch it in the pre-dawn south-eastern sky?
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Images Courtesy of Mobile Observatory.
The Monocerotid meteor shower comes to an end (Maximum Zenith Hourly Rate: 2)
The Geminid meteor shower comes to an end (Maximum Zenith Hourly Rate: 120)
The Ursid meteor shower begins (Maximum Zenith Hourly Rate: 10)
Events in bold involve objects and/or events that are easily visible with the naked eye.
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Learn more about every upcoming astronomical event in 2015 An Astronomical Year (Kindle eBook) and The Astronomical Almanac (2015-2019) (Kindle eBook) and The Astronomical Almanac (2015-2019) (Paperback Edition).
The Amateur Astronomer’s Notebook allows astronomers to log 150 observing sessions and includes an appendix of hundreds of suggested deep sky objects.