Eyes on the Sky: Dec 26 thru Jan 1

| September 7, 2012 | 8 Comments

See what’s up in tonight’s sky for the week of Dec. 26 through Jan 1. All eight planets are visible in the sky – the Moon serves as a guide to find Uranus and Neptune with binoculars or a small telescope, Venus is in the western evening sky, Jupiter is in the southern evening sky, and Mercury, Saturn and Mars are all visible before sunrise. Visit www.eyesonthesky.com for more information.


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  1. Origami382 says:

    Does 8 planets count Pluto? If not, Where’s earth? It’s not near the moon!!

  2. eyesontheskyDOTcom says:

    – please let me know how it goes!

  3. eyesontheskyDOTcom says:

    - thanks, blobrana!

  4. flib08 says:

    Awesome, going to try and find Uranus and Neptune on the next clear night!

  5. blobrana says:

    Good upload

  6. eyesontheskyDOTcom says:

    – thank you sir; working on next week’s right now. I wish I was better at software coding! But I’m getting better, and the results will (I hope!) speak for themselves in the upcoming video. There’s some neat stuff on the way. :-)

  7. eyesontheskyDOTcom says:

    - you’re welcome and thank you for watching!

  8. kasdata says:

    Very nice. Looking forward to 2012 EotS!

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