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Jan
20
Wed
2021
🌓 First Quarter Moon
Jan 20 @ 3:02 pm – Jan 21 @ 12:59 am
Jan
24
Sun
2021
Mercury Most High
Jan 24 all-day
Mercury Most High

The planet Mercury is most easily visible in the early morning as it reaches its greatest eastern elongation — the highest point above the horizon in the evening sky. Which isn’t that high.

Look for the planet low in the eastern sky just before the sunrise erases it from view.

Jan
28
Thu
2021
🌕 Full Moon
Jan 28 @ 1:16 pm – Jan 29 @ 12:59 am
🌕 Full Moon

In the northern hemisphere this is the Wolf Moon because this was the time of year when hungry wolf packs howled outside. This moon has also been know as the Old Moon and the Moon After Yule.

In the southern hemisphere let’s call this the Thunder Moon, on account of thunderstorms being most common in January. The first full moon of the year is also the Rumble Moon or the Lightning Moon.

Jan
30
Sat
2021
Mercury Retrograde Begins
Jan 30 all-day
Mercury Retrograde Begins

This is of particular interest to astrologically minded folks. See URL for more info…

Feb
4
Thu
2021
🌗 Last Quarter Moon
Feb 4 @ 11:37 am – Feb 5 @ 12:59 am
Feb
9
Tue
2021
INVASION OF MARS!
Feb 9 all-day
INVASION OF MARS!

In July of 2020, three spacecraft were launched toward Mars. Today, the first of these, named “Hope”, arrives. This is the first deep space explorer launched by the United Arab Emirates. It is tasked with a study of Martian weather.

Tomorrow, on the Wednesday the 10th, China’s Tianwen-1 arrives on the red planet. Their robotic orbiter will circle around Mars making preparations to (hopefully) land a rover on Mars in May.

Finally, on Thursday the 18th, NASA’s latest Martian robot will attempt to land on the surface carrying “Ingenuity”, an experimental helicopter tailored for the Martian atmosphere.

Feb
11
Thu
2021
Conjunction of Venus and Jupiter
Feb 11 all-day
Conjunction of Venus and Jupiter

On and around this date, look to the southeast horizon just before sunrise. Our two brightest planets will be visible within a couple degrees of each other in the morning sky.

🌑 New Moon
Feb 11 @ 1:06 pm – Feb 12 @ 12:59 am
Feb
19
Fri
2021
Mercury Retrograde Ends
Feb 19 all-day
Mercury Retrograde Ends

This is of particular interest to astrologically minded folks. See URL for more info…

🌓 First Quarter Moon
Feb 19 @ 12:47 pm – Feb 20 @ 12:59 am

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