Mercury, Venus, and Mars align in the southeast sky, offering a brief celestial show in late January and early February.
Witness Venus, a crescent moon, and the red giant star Antares on the morning of Jan. 8.
During the month of November, you will get a good view of Jupiter and Uranus.
On Saturday, Oct. 14, grab your special solar glasses to view a partial solar eclipse in the Coachella Valley sky.
Look up at 1 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 27, to get a glimpse of Saturn in the Coachella Valley sky.
Look up to watch the two planets dance above the Coachella Valley this month.
The Gas Giant has between 80 and 95 moons, according to NASA. You can catch a glimpse of two of them this month.
The speedy planet can be seen, with a little luck.
The Pleiades cluster will be visible later in the month.
The moon jumps in too, providing a stellar visualization on the movement of objects through our solar system.
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