Category: Stargazing Guides

Jan 09
Partial penumbral eclipse of Moon: what it is and when to see it

With the moon at its full phase about to transit north of the constellation of Cancer…

Jan 05
Astronomical events of 2020: a year full of phenomena

While we leave behind a 2019 full of astronomical events, we face the new year that…

Jan 02
January shooting stars: when to observe the Quadrantids

A stellar beginning of the year with the Quadrantids Astronomical 2020 opens in the…

Dec 31
The astronomical events of the sky of January 2020, from Quadrantids to the eclipse…

The curtain opens on 2020. From the Quadrantids to the partial penumbral eclipse of…

Dec 21
How to observe Ursids, the last meteor shower of the year!

Still smoky hypotheses attribute the Ursid meteor shower to the comet Tuttle.  The…

Dec 01
The sky of December 2019: main astronomical phenomena

The sky of December 2019: constellations, conjunctions, shooting stars… With the…

Oct 31
The sky of November. Waiting for the astronomical event of the year

A November full of astronomical events: in addition to the transit of Mercury,…

Oct 20
Orionids, discovering the “falling stars” of Autumn

Up to 20 meteors per hour, scheduled for the night between 21 and 22 October. The…

Oct 17
Pleiades, identikit of the brightest star cluster

Pleiades, curiosity about the “Seven Sisters”, the most suggestive cluster…

Sep 30
The October sky among falling stars, visible planets, constellations…

The October sky with its astronomical phenomena. After a summer full of astronomical…

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