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SUPERMOONJAN 21The Moon will be at its closest approach to Earth and will look slightly larger and brighter than normal.
TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSEJAN 20 / 21The moon will pass completely through the Earth's shadow, or umbra, and turn a rusty red color during totality.  
CONJUCTION OF VENUS AND JUPITERJAN 22The two bright planets will appear within 2.4 degrees of each other in the eastern sky just before sunrise.
CONJUNCTION OF VENUS AND SATURN
FEB 18The ringed planet has a close encounter with Venus, within 1.1 degrees. Look to the southeast before sunrise.
SUPERMOON
FEB 19The Moon will be at its closest approach to Earth and will look slightly larger and brighter than normal.
SUPERMOON
MAR 21The Moon will be at its closest approach to Earth and will look slightly larger and brighter than normal.
MARS PASSES NEAR PLEIADES
LATE MARMars and the Pleiades Star Cluster will appear close to one another in the night sky.
BLUEMOONMAY 18The Moon is not really blue. This phrase refers to two Full Moons that occur in the same season.
JUPITER AT OPPOSITION
JUNE 10It’s the best night of the year to view Jupiter, which will be at its very brightest and visible all night.


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