A few things to see

Tonight, Mars will be close to the Beehive Cluster, M44, making a pretty sight.

Tomorrow night there is a slim, but greater than average, chance of an aurora in the North.

For a thin strip of people in the north of the UK, the International Space Station will transit the disc of the Moon at 05:43 on the 13th.

The slender new crescent Moon will be in the Western sky with Mercury and Venus on the 15th just after sunset.

On the 12th at 7pm, the Eddington Astronomy Society will be taking questions at a beginners’ night at Kendal Museum. No charge, all comers welcome.

…and we have more planned for next week! Happy observing.


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