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? Continue reading
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
With just 28 days in the month, make the most of them this February and take in as many opportunities as you can to gaze up at the wonders of the sky – both day and night! There’s a chance to spot three planets in the night sky at once (without … Continue reading
Happy New Year! Wondering what you can find when you look up to the sky this January 2015? Clear, cold winter nights provide an excellent opportunity for skygazing if you wrap up warm and get prepared. In this post, we’ll discover some of the top things to look out for if you cast your gaze upward this month.
It’s December, and alongside the festivities of the season you can enjoy the Geminids meteor show, the December solstice and (hopefully) some cracking dark nights that are just perfect for stargazing.
November, and the nights are dark and perfect for stargazing. So what is there to find in the sky overhead? Well, in this post there’s a few pointers to finding your way around the sky in November 2014.
October is a brilliant month for stargazing with darker nights as we edge deeper into autumn.
Can you believe it’s May already!? Well, it is and even though the nights are lighter and shorter there’s still some stargazing to be done as the clouds part overhead. Or, if not at night – gaze up in wonder during the day at the patterns made by the clouds in the sky.
Go stargazing in April 2014 and you’ll be rewarded with sensational sights of the cosmos, a partial glimpse of a total lunar eclipse and so on.
March 2014 could be the month you start stargazing – what a month to begin! Equally, you might already be a regular head-tilter, casting your gaze upwards and out beyond our own planet’s atmosphere. Whatever category you fall into – look up to the sky often and it’ll keep you happy, if not as mad as a March hare!