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Farmers’ Almanac astronomy provides the best times to view meteor showers, full moons, facts about planets and stars, plus more!

Recent Astronomy Articles

Look Up! A Stargazer’s Guide to June 2018

Look Up! A Stargazer’s Guide to June 2018

There are lots of exciting things happening in the cosmos this month, including a full Moon, planetary line ups, and more. We list everything to look for so you don’t miss a thing!

See what's happening in June »
Catch Jupiter Among The Stars of Libra

Catch Jupiter Among The Stars of Libra

Throughout May Jupiter will be shining brilliantly and will pair up with the Moon and stars for some interesting celestial formations. Find out when and where to look!

Learn where to spot Jupiter this week »
Where And When To See The Visible Planets

Where And When To See The Visible Planets

If you’re an avid stargazer, you’ll also want to know when you can spot theĀ visible planetsĀ of our solar system as well. These are sometimes referred to as the “naked eye planets,” meaning you can see them without a telescope or other device. Find out which planets you can see tonight!

Learn when and where to see the visible planets »

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