Space Things

About a half-hour after sunset Thursday evening (Oct. 27), look low in the southwest sky to spot a planetary/stellar lineup of two bright planets and one of the brightest and most colorful stars in the sky.

I’m no expert on the stars and planets, I only look at them in wonder, so for further details read about tonight’s planetary lineup on space.com.

And wait, there’s more happening on the 14th November. 

This full moon will be not only the closest and brightest supermoon of 2016 but also the largest since 1948. 

Also noticed on space.com, how, when and where to see the November Supermoon.