Look up at the night sky this November and you’ll see the grandeur of space. Continue reading
In this post, read about what you can see in the night-time sky from Glasgow and the UK this October. Plus, you can find out the sunrise and sunset times, the phases of the Moon and an opportunity to witness a partial penumbral lunar eclipse from Glasgow.
Gaze up to the sky this June from Glasgow and you could see the Summer Triangle, Noctilucent clouds or even the International Space Station.
Although it’s now officially Spring there’s still a wintry air about the UK so wrap up extra warm if you’re heading out stargazing this April!
March skygazing will delight, captivate and on clear nights deliver great views of constellations and planets. The Sun continues to rise earlier each morning and set later each evening (albeit there’s a stutter when the clocks ‘spring’ forward overnight on the 30th into the 31st).
A new year and another journey around the Sun begins.
Thinking of taking advantage of the dark skies now that it’s November? Great! Get out there and gaze upwards – how many of the millions of stars will you be able to see?
July is a great time of year to watch the sky in the northern hemisphere. In this post, you can find out about the lunar phases, the planets, stars and some of the other things of interest in the sky this month.
The passage of Venus across the Sun, as viewed from the Earth, was spectacular!
Get ready for the astronomy highlight of the year and a rare, almost once-in-a-lifetime event – the transit of Venus is a must-witness skywatching experience.