Reasons To Look Up This Month: 'Earthshine' And Visible Planets
This month, skygazers will have the chance to see something called “earthshine” on the moon, as well as Jupiter, Mars, Venus and a rare sighting of the elusive Mercury. Here & Now hosts Jeremy Hobson and Robin Young speak with Kelly Beatty, senior editor at Sky & Telescope magazine about where in the sky to look and when.
- Kelly Beatty, senior editor at Sky & Telescope magazine. He tweets @NightSkyGuy.
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