Find Comet F3 NEOWISE with your unaided eye and watch a string of planets light up the sky.
The Moon buddies up with the Gas Giants and Mars, and we find Hercules' Arrow in the Summer Triangle.
The Buck Moon brushes antlers with the shadow of the Earth for another penumbral lunar eclipse.
A new lunation begins as the planets shine for those who stay up late.
The Moon occults both Venus and the Sun, and the June Solstice arrives.
The Moon visits Jupiter, Saturn and Mars while Mercury slips toward the sunset.
See Mercury at its best before the Full Strawberry Moon meets the shadow of the Earth.
Venus leaves, Mercury arrives, and the celestial teapot pours milky tea.
The New Moon arrives and Venus puts on one final performance in the evening sky.
Venus begins to slip away as the heart of the Scorpion rises.
The Full Flower Moon meets a meteor shower for a spectacular Solar System Double Bill.
Venus is as its brightest as the Flower Moon begins to blossom.
The New Moon is here, just in time for the Lyrid Meteor Shower!
How to go stargazing in lockdown and looking back fifty years to Apollo 13.
The 'Super' Pink Moon arrives and the Virgo salutes wine-lovers everywhere.
Venus meets the Pleiades, Mars meets Saturn and we meet Spica.
The Moon and Venus join the Pleiades and can you find the tuft of the Lion's tail?
See an unmissable morning conjunction and look up for the Lion's tail.
The Super Worm Moon arrives and Leo harbours a secret super-planet!
Betelgeuse comes back from the brink and we seek out the Lion's heart.
Why is February one day longer? And can you find the Hexagon?
The mornings solar system has a busy week and we find the little dog.
Mercury shines at sunset and we search for a heard of starry goats.
'Supermoon' season begins with this week's Snow Moon and the twin clusters of Taurus light up the sky.
The Moon meets Venus and we hunt for the Beehive Cluster.
The New Moon brings the Chinese Lunar New Year and how similar are the twins of Gemini?
Mars meets its rival in the morning sky, as the Moon passes bright Regulus.
The very first eclipse of the new decade will be widely seen in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.
The Quandrantid Meteor Shower kicks off a year of great stargazing as we look ahead to 2020.
Go on the hunt for the night sky's most Christmassy star, as the Moon and Sun form a ring of fire over Asia.
As the Geminids end, the Ursids begin, and the December solstice arrives bringing long nights to northern stargazers.
Shooting stars and the Full Moon light up our skies as the Geminid Meteor Shower peaks.
The Moon brightens and grows as the Geminid Meteor Shower begins.
Find the Moon and five planets this week, just after sunset or just before sunrise.
Welcome to Star Signs, a weekly podcast about what you can see in the night sky above you, anywhere in the world.
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