Farmers' Almanac Astronomy
Farmers’ Almanac astronomy provides the best times to view meteor showers, full moons, facts about planets and stars, plus more!
Saturn still lingers forlornly in the southwest after dusk. But you’ll have to catch it early, as the ringed planet sets more than an hour after dark at the beginning of the month, but before the end of evening twilight by November 30th. How Can I View Saturn This Month? There are several opportunities to… Continue Reading »Learn More About How To See Saturn »
Recent Astronomy Articles
Halloween may be over but now is the time to spot Algol, known as the demon star, winking from a severed head! See when and where to look — no binoculars needed!Read More »
November is a great month to stargaze! Look for a spectacular planetary line-up, 3 meteor showers, the Seven Sisters, and the most identifiable of constellations, Orion The Mighty Hunter.See the list of sky events »
The bright stars of Cassiopeia are easy to spot if you know what to look for, and her tale from Greek mythology is much like a soap opera.Read more about Cassiopeia »