19
MAR
2017

Find Saturn in the March Morning Sky

Saturn is visible from the UK in March 2017. You need to be up early to spot it. Best time to find Saturn is between 4am to daybreak in the March morning sky. Look for a bright star-like object low down towards your south-east. Saturn shines with a pale yellow light and is easy to spo
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11
MAR
2017

See Jupiter and a Near Full Moon Rise Together in March

Tuesday 14 March 2017 promises a spectacular celestial view. If you have a clear evening cast your eyes eastwards at about 9pm GMT for a dazzling duo of a near full moon rising together with Jupiter – the biggest planet in our solar system. Scale, of course, is relative. The Moo
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11
MAR
2017

Catch the International Space Station over the UK in March 2017

Mid March 2017 sees the International Space Station (ISS) pass over the UK in the morning sky ahead of sunrise. If you’re up early to work and see a bright star-like object steadily crossing the sky on a roughly west to east trajectory, then chances are you’ve just seen th
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