December is a great month for stargazing, with dark, crisp nights providing a perfect backdrop to the Geminids, the ISS and glorious starry skies. Isn’t it time you stopped and looked up?
September sees the nights get darker earlier and earlier which is great news for stargazers! The September or autumnal equinox occurs in Glasgow, Scotland on at 09.22 on 23rd September 2015. This is one of two points in the year (the other is in March) when the Sun shines directly … Continue reading
Things are looking up for stargazers as we start edging into the darker nights of August which should (if the weather falls in our favour) provide greater opportunity to spot stars and planets. It’s also a peak month for meteor watching as the Perseids stream into our atmosphere for our annual encounter with the remnants of comet, Swift-Tuttle.
March is an exciting month this year to marvel at the wonders of the sky both day and night.