AUGUST 2016: OBSERVING SCHEDULE AND WHAT IS VISIBLE ON THE SKY

  1 August in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 20.36 pm, night starts 22.16 pm
15 August in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 20.17 pm, night starts 21.51 pm  
31 August in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 19.50 pm, night starts 21.18 pm 

The Moon - In August we can observe the Moon in the evenings starting from 8 August when it is thin crescent low over the western horizon until 18 August when it is Full Moon and is low over the southeastern horizon. See August schedule.

Observing from dark location outside of the city - Is possible from 1 August until 7 August and from 25 August until 6 September because at these evenings the Moon is not visible on the sky and is not affecting the darkness of the sky. See August schedule.

5 AUGUST - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 08.00 pm
                               Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars.
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                         - Planet Mars 
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn and Mars, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called summer constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also are visible some fall constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and are in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Ursa Minor, Draco, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Ophiuchus, Serpens Cauda, Lyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Sagitta, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta, Cepheus, Microscopium, Capricornus, Aquarius, Cassiopeia, Pegasus and Andromeda. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

6 AUGUST - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                         - Planet Mars 
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn and Mars, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called summer constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also are visible some fall constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and are in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Ursa Minor, Draco, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Ophiuchus, Serpens Cauda, Lyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta, Cepheus, Microscopium, Capricornus and Aquarius. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

7 AUGUST - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.00 pm  
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars   
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn and Mars, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called summer constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also are visible some fall constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and are in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Ursa Minor, Draco, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Ophiuchus, Serpens Cauda, Lyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta, Cepheus, Microscopium, Capricornus and Aquarius. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

 12 AUGUST - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - The Moon, it is 72% illuminated and 397,000 km away. This evening The Moon and Saturn are very close apparently on the sky. 
                                        - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky.

13 AUGUST - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                         - Planet Mars
                                         - The Moon, it is 80% illuminated and 391,000 km away.
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky.

14 AUGUST - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars    
                                        - The Moon, it is 88% illuminated and 387,000 km away.
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky.

 19 AUGUST - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars 
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky. 

20 AUGUST - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                         - Planet Mars
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky.

21 AUGUST - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky.

26 AUGUST - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn and Mars, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called summer constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also are visible some fall constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and are in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Ursa Minor, Draco, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Ophiuchus, Serpens Cauda, Lyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta, Cepheus, Microscopium, Capricornus and Aquarius. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

27 AUGUST - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars 
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn and Mars, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called summer constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also are visible some fall constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and are in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Ursa Minor, Draco, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Ophiuchus, Serpens Cauda, Lyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta, Cepheus, Microscopium, Capricornus and Aquarius. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

 28 AUGUST - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars  
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn and Mars, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called summer constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also are visible some fall constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and are in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Ursa Minor, Draco, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Ophiuchus, Serpens Cauda, Lyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta, Cepheus, Microscopium, Capricornus and Aquarius. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

 

SEPTEMBER 2016: OBSERVING SCHEDULE AND WHAT IS VISIBLE ON THE SKY

  1 September in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 19.49 pm, total night starts 21.17 pm
15 September in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 19.23 pm, total night starts 20.48 pm  
30 September in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 18.56 pm, total night starts 20.19 pm 

The Moon - In September we can observe the Moon in the evenings starting from 8 September when it is thin crescent low over the western horizon until 18 September when it is Full Moon and is low over the southeastern horizon. See September schedule.

Observing from dark location outside of the city - Is possible from 1 September until 7 September and from 25 September until 6 October because at these evenings the Moon is not visible on the sky and is not affecting the darkness of the sky. See September schedule.

 

OCTOBER 2016: OBSERVING SCHEDULE AND WHAT IS VISIBLE ON THE SKY

  1 October in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 18.54 pm, total night starts 20.19 pm
15 October in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 18.30 pm, total night starts 19.54 pm  
31 October in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 18.05 pm, total night starts 19.30 pm 

The Moon - In October we can observe the Moon in the evenings starting from 8 October when it is thin crescent low over the western horizon until 18 October when it is Full Moon and is low over the southeastern horizon. See October schedule.

Observing from dark location outside of the city - Is possible from 1 October until 7 October and from 25 October until 6 October because at these evenings the Moon is not visible on the sky and is not affecting the darkness of the sky. See October schedule.

 

JULY 2016: OBSERVING SCHEDULE AND WHAT IS VISIBLE ON THE SKY

  1 July in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 20.59 pm, night starts 22.54 pm
15 July in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 20.53 pm, night starts 22.42 pm  
31 July in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 20.37 pm, night starts 22.18 pm 

The Moon - In July we can observe the Moon in the evenings starting from 8 July when it is thin crescent low over the western horizon until 19 July when it is Full Moon and is low over the southeastern horizon. See July schedule.

Observing from dark location outside of the city - is possible from 1 July until 3 July and from 27 July until 31 July because at these evenings the Moon is not visible on the sky and is not affecting the darkness of the sky. See July schedule.

1 JULY - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 08.30 pm
                               Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars.
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. The Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible from 21.30 pm. Ganimede goes in front of Jupiter at 22.50 pm.
                                         -Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                         - Planet Mars 
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn, Mars and Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year early in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called late spring constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also the so-called summer constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and some of them are already in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Libra, Scorpius, Ophiuchus, Serpens CaudaLyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta and Cepheus. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

2 JULY - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites.
                                         - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                         - Planet Mars 
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn, Mars and Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year early in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called late spring constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also the so-called summer constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and some of them are already in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Libra, Scorpius, Ophiuchus, Serpens CaudaLyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta and Cepheus. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

3 JULY - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm  
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible from 23.10 pm.
                                        - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars   
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn, Mars and Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year early in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called late spring constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also the so-called summer constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and some of them are already in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Libra, Scorpius, Ophiuchus, Serpens CaudaLyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta and Cepheus. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

 8 JULY - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - The Moon - Finally we can observe the Moon, it is low on the western sky, 23% illuminated and 392,000 km away. This evening The Moon and Jupiter are very close apparently on the sky. 
                                        - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars
                                        - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. The Great Red Spot is visible from 22.15 pm. Io this evening is behind Jupiter and goes out of Jupiter's shadow at 22.57 pm.   
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky.

9 JULY - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                         - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. The Great Red Spot is visible until 21.30 pm. 
                                         - Planet Mars
                                         - The Moon - it is on the western sky, 32% illuminated and 397,000 km away.
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky.

10 JULY - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. 
                                        - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars    
                                        - The Moon - it is on the southwestern sky, 41% illuminated and 400,000 km away.
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky.

 15 JULY - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible from 23.00 pm. Ganymede and Europa are very close to each other. Io goes behind Jupiter at 21.36 pm.
                                        - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars 
                                        - The Moon - it is on the southern sky, 85% illuminated and 396,000 km away. This evening the Moon is located on the sky apparently close to Saturn.
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky. 

16 JULY - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Io shadow is visible over Jupiter disc until 21.53 pm. The Great Red Spot is visible until 22.20 pm.
                                         - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                         - Planet Mars
                                         - The Moon - it is low on the southeastern sky, 92% illuminated and 393,000 km away. 
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky.

17 JULY - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. 
                                        - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars
                                        - The Moon - two days before Full Moon, it is low on the southeastern sky, 96% illuminated and 389,000 km away. 
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky.

22 JULY - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. 
                                        - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky. 

23 JULY - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. This evening Io is in front of Jupiter and its shadow can be seen over Jupiter disc from 21.45. Also the Great Red Spot is visible this evening.
                                        - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars 
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky. 

 24 JULY - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Io is not visible until 21.15 pm when goes out of Jupiter shadow.
                                        - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars  
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark location because of the Moon visible on the sky.

29 JULY - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 08.30 pm
                               Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars.
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Callisto and Io are close to each other this evening.
                                         -Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                         - Planet Mars 
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn, Mars and Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year early in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called late spring constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also the so-called summer constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and some of them are already in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Libra, Scorpius, Ophiuchus, Serpens CaudaLyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta and Cepheus. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

30 JULY - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. The Great Red Spot is visible this evening. Also Ganymede shadow is visible on Jupiter's disc until 22.20 pm.
                                         - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                         - Planet Mars 
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn, Mars and Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year early in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called late spring constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also the so-called summer constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and some of them are already in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Libra, Scorpius, Ophiuchus, Serpens CaudaLyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta and Cepheus. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

31 JULY - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm  
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. This evening Io is not visible because it is behind Jupiter.
                                        - Planet Saturn with its satellites
                                        - Planet Mars   
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Saturn, Mars and Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year early in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called late spring constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also the so-called summer constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and some of them are already in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Libra, Scorpius, Ophiuchus, Serpens CaudaLyra, Sagittarius, Scutum, Aquila, Equuleus, Delphinus, Vulpecula, Cygnus, Lacerta and Cepheus. If the constellation is writen in bold letters that means it is in best position for observing this month.

 

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JUNE 2016: OBSERVING SCHEDULE AND WHAT IS VISIBLE ON THE SKY

  1 June in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 20.49 pm, night starts 22.41 pm
15 June in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 20.57 pm, night starts 22.54 pm  
30 June in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 20.59 pm, night starts 22.54 pm 

The Moon - In June we will observe the Moon in the evenings starting from 8 June when it is thin crescent low over the western horizon until 19 May when it is one day before Full Moon and is low over the southeastern horizon. See June schedule.

Observing from dark location outside of the city - is possible from 1 June until 5 June and from 25 June until 8 July because at those evenings the Moon is not visible on the sky and is not affecting the darkness of the sky. See June schedule.

3 JUNE - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 08.30 pm
                               Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars.
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. The Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible until 21.40 pm.
                                         - Planet Mars 
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Jupiter and Mars, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year early in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called late spring constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also the so-called summer constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and some of them are already in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Coma Berenices, Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Lupus, Libra, Scorpius, Ophiuchus, Serpens Cauda and Lyra. If the constellation is written in bold letters that means that it is in best position for observing this month.

4 JUNE - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Around 22.20 pm satellites Europa and Io are apparently very close on the sky.
                                         - Planet Mars 
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Jupiter and Mars, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year early in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called late spring constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also the so-called summer constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and some of them are already in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Coma Berenices, Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Lupus, Libra, Scorpius, Ophiuchus, Serpens Cauda and Lyra.

5 JUNE - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm  
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible until 23.30 pm.
                                        - Planet Mars   
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Jupiter and Mars, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year early in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called late spring constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also the so-called summer constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and some of them are already in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Coma Berenices, Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Lupus, Libra, Scorpius, Ophiuchus, Serpens Cauda and Lyra.

 10 JUNE - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - The Moon - Finally we can observe the Moon, it is low on the western sky, 38% illuminated and 391,000 km away.
                                        - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. The Great Red Spot is visible until 22.35 pm.
                                        - Planet Mars    
We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

11 JUNE - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Europa's shadow is visible over Jupiter's disc until 21.00 pm.
                                         - Planet Mars
                                         - The Moon - it is on the western sky, 47% illuminated and 394,000 km away. This evening the Moon and planet Jupiter are very close apparently on the sky.
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

12 JUNE - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible from 20.45 pm until 00.10 am after midnight.
                                        - Planet Mars    
                                        - The Moon - it is on the southwestern sky, 57% illuminated and 398,000 km away.
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

 17 JUNE - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible until 23.20 pm. Ganymede shadow is visible on Jupiter's disc until 22.30 pm. Callisto is not visible until 22.05 pm until it goes out of Jupiter's shadow. 
                                        - Planet Mars 
                                        - The Moon - it is on the southern sky, 95% illuminated and 399,000 km away. This evening the Moon is located on the sky apparently between Saturn and Mars. The Moon is west of planet Saturn and east of planet Mars.
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky. 

18 JUNE - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Europa is in front of Jupiter until 21.20 pm. Its shaddow is visible over Jupiter's disc from 21.10 pm until 23.30 pm.
                                         - Planet Mars
                                         - The Moon - it is low on the southeastern sky, 98% illuminated and 397,000 km away. This evening the Moon and planet Saturn are apparently very close on the sky.
                                         - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

19 JUNE - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible from 21.35 pm until 00.50 am after midnight.
                                        - Planet Mars
                                        - The Moon - one day before Full Moon, it is low on the southeastern sky, 100% illuminated and 394,000 km away. 
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

24 JUNE - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. The Great Red Spot is visible from 20.45 pm until 00.00 am. Ganymede is in front of Jupiter until 21.55 pm.
                                        - Planet Mars
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky. 

25 JUNE - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Callisto is in front of Jupiter until 20.50 pm. Europa is in front of Jupiter from 21.15 pm until 00.00 am.
                                        - Planet Mars 
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Jupiter and Mars, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year early in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called late spring constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also the so-called summer constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and some of them are already in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Coma Berenices, Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Lupus, Libra, Scorpius, Ophiuchus, Serpens Cauda and Lyra.

 26 JUNE - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 8.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible from 22.10 pm.
                                        - Planet Mars  
                                        - We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Jupiter and Mars, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year early in the evening the best visible on the sky are so-called late spring constellations which culminate on the sky and thus are in best position for evening observing and also the so-called summer constellations which climb on the eastern and southeastern sky and some of them are already in good position for observing. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Coma Berenices, Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules, Serpens Caput, Lupus, Libra, Scorpius, Ophiuchus, Serpens Cauda and Lyra.

MAY 2016: OBSERVING SCHEDULE AND WHAT IS VISIBLE ON THE SKY

  1 May in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 20.16 pm, night starts 21.52 pm
  31 May in Toronto, Ontario: Sunset 20.46 pm, night starts 22.38 pm 

 1 MAY - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 3.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 09.00 pm
                               Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars.
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Around 21.00 pm satellites Io and Ganymede are very close to each other apparently on the sky.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Cancer, Hydra (west part), Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Leo Minor, Leo, Coma Berenices, Hydra (east part), Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules and Serpens Caput.

6 MAY - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Satellite Europa is not visible on the sky because it is behind Jupiter.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Cancer, Hydra (west part), Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Leo Minor, Leo, Coma Berenices, Hydra (east part), Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules and Serpens Caput.

7 MAY - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 3.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Io goes behind Jupiter at 20.48 pm and appears from behind Jupiter at 00.11 am after midnight. Great Red Spot is visible from 20.50 pm until 00.20 am after midnight.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Cancer, Hydra (west part), Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Leo Minor, Leo, Coma Berenices, Hydra (east part), Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules and Serpens Caput.

 8 MAY - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 3.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Io is in front of Jupiter until 20.14 pm. Its shadow is visible until 21.18 pm. Europa goes behind Jupiter at 21.27 pm. The Great Red Spot is visible until 20.30 pm.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Cancer, Hydra (west part), Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Leo Minor, Leo, Coma Berenices, Hydra (east part), Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules and Serpens Caput.

13 MAY - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites.
                                           The Moon - Finally we can observe the Moon, it is on the southwestern sky, 54% illuminated and 389,000 km away.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

14 MAY - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 3.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible from 21.40 pm. Callisto goes behind Jupiter at 20.00 pm and reappears at 23.10 pm. Io goes behind Jupiter at 22.38 pm.
                                           The Moon - It is on the southwestern sky, 63% illuminated and 395,000 km away. The Moon and planet Jupiter are very close apparently on the sky. 
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

 15 MAY - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 3.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible until 21.00 pm. Io is in front of Jupiter until 22.05 pm. Its shadow can be seen on Jupiter's disc from 21.00 pm until 23.10 pm.
                                           The Moon - It is on the southern sky, 72% illuminated and 397,000 km away. high on the sky and is 85% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky. 

20 MAY - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites.
                                           The Moon - It is low on the southeastern sky, 99% illuminated, one day before Full Moon, and 402,000 km away.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

21 MAY - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 3.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible from 22.15 pm.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

22 MAY - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 3.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. The Great Red Spot is visible until 22.00 pm. Io moves in front of Jupiter from 21.42 pm. Its shadow is visible on Jupiter's disc from 22.55 pm.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky. 

27 MAY - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible until 21.00 pm.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Cancer, Hydra (west part), Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Leo Minor, Leo, Coma Berenices, Hydra (east part), Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules and Serpens Caput.

 28 MAY - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 3.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible from 23.10 pm. Satellites Europa and Io are very close to each other on the sky. 
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Cancer, Hydra (west part), Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Leo Minor, Leo, Coma Berenices, Hydra (east part), Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules and Serpens Caput. 

 29 MAY - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 3.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible until 22.40 pm. 
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 9.00 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Cancer, Hydra (west part), Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Canes Venatici, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Draco, Leo Minor, Leo, Coma Berenices, Hydra (east part), Virgo, Bootes, Corona Borealis, Hercules and Serpens Caput.

APRIL 2016: OBSERVING SCHEDULE AND WHAT IS VISIBLE ON THE SKY

    1 April in Toronto, Ontario: Sunrise 7.10 am, Sunset 19.40 pm
  30 April in Toronto, Ontario: Sunrise 6.20 am, Sunset 20.12 pm 

1 APRIL - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites and Jupiter's Great Red Spot which is visible from 21.15 pm - 00.30 am.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, Jupiter's Great Red Spot visible from 21.15 - 00.30, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.  

     2 APRIL - SATURDAY  

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 4.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.

 3 APRIL - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 4.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                               Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars.
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot will be visible from 22.40 pm.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, Jupiter's Great Red Spot will be visible from 22.40, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.

4 APRIL - MONDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot which is visible from 18.40 pm - 22.00 pm. Also we will observe how Jupiter's satellites Europa and Io come closer to each other apparently on the sky about 23.30 pm.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, Jupiter's Great Red Spot visible from 18.40 pm - 22.00 pm. We will observe how Jupiter's satellites Europa and Io come closer to each other about 23.30 pm. Also we will observe some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.  

 5 APRIL - TUESDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.  

 6 APRIL - WEDNESDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot which is visible from 20.00 pm - 23.30 pm. At 21.45 Jupiter's satellite Io is coming in front of Jupiter. Its shadow is visible over Jupiter's disc from 22.30 pm - 00.40 am. At 22.50 pm Jupiter's satellite Europa is disappearing behind Jupiter. All night Jupiter and 4.6 magnitude star Chi Leonis are very close apparently on the sky, 10 angle minutes apart.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible from 20.00 pm  - 23.30 pm, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.  

 7 APRIL - THURSDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. At 22.00 pm Jupiter's satellite Io appears on the sky from behind Jupiter.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.  

 8 APRIL - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot which is visible from 22.00 pm - 01.20 am. Satellites Europa and Io are very close to Jupiter and Europa's shadow is visible over Jupiter's surface till 21.30 pm.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, Jupiter's Great Red Spot visible from 22.00 pm - 01.20 am, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.  

9 APRIL - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 4.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's satellites Europa and Ganymede are moving closer to each other.
                                           Planet Mercury is in good position in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.18 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 19.48 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 69% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planet Jupiter, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.

 10 APRIL - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 4.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Its satellite Ganymede at 21.00 pm appears suddenly on the sky after coming out of Jupiter shadow. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible from 23.40 pm. 
                                           Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.23 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 19.49 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 66% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - Finally we can observe the Moon, it is low on the west horizon and sets at 23.45 pm and is 18% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 11 - MONDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible from 19.30 pm - 22.30 pm. Jupiter's satellite Callisto disappears behind Jupiter at 19.50 pm and reappears from behind Jupiter at 22.30 pm. At 01.00 am Jupiter's satellites Europa, Io and Callisto are very close on the sky.
                                           Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.29 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 19.50 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 62% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - sets at 00.50 am after midnight and is 28% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 12 - TUESDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites.
                                           Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.33 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 19.50 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 58% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - it sets at 01.45 am after midnight and is 39% illuminated.                                         
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 13 - WEDNESDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible from 21.15 pm - 00.15 am. At 23.40 Jupiter's satellite Io is moving in front of Jupiter, and its shadow will be visible on Jupiter's disc starting at 00.30 am.
                                           Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.37 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 19.52 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 55% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - it is at First Quarter phase, it is 50% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 14 - THURSDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Satellite Io is behind Jupiter and at 23.55 suddenly appears on the sky after moving out of Jupiter shadow.
                                           Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.41 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 19.53 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 51% illuminated.
                                           The Moon, it is high on the sky and it is 59% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 15 - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible from 22.30 pm - 02.15 am. Interesting events: Europa is in front of Jupiter from 19.50 pm - 22.35 pm. Its shadow is visible on Jupiter disc from 21.40 pm - 00.10 am. Io is in front of Jupiter until 20.22 pm. Its shadow is visible on Jupiter disc till 21.05 pm.
                                            Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.44 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 19.54 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 47% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - it is high on the sky and is 70% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 16 - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 4.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible until 22.00 pm.
                                           Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.45 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 19.56 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 44% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - it is high on the sky and is 78% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

 APRIL 17 - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 4.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter satellite Ganymede is behind Jupiter and will appear on the sky at 01.00 am after midnight after moving out of Jupiter shadow.
                                           Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.47 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 19.57 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 40% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - it is high on the sky and is 85% illuminated. Moon and Jupiter are very close apparently on the sky.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 18 - MONDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible from 20.05 pm - 23.45 am. Interesting event: All four big Jupiter satellites are from one side of the planet apparently on the sky.
                                            Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.49 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 19.58 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 37% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - it is high on the southeastern sky and is 92% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

 

APRIL 19 - TUESDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Planet Calisto will be in front of Jupiter from 20.50 pm - 23.30 pm but will not cast a shadow on Jupiter disc.
                                            Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.50 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 19.59 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 34% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - it is high on the southeastern sky and is 96% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

 

APRIL 20 - WEDNESDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible from 21.30 pm - 01.00 am. 
                                            Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.50 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 20.01 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 31% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - it is on the southeastern sky and is 99% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

 

APRIL 21 - THURSDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible until 21.05 pm.
                                            Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.50 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 20.03 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 28% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - it is rising at 20.00 pm and will be low over the eastern sky in the evening and is 100% illuminated. Today is Full Moon, and it is 403,000 km away.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

 

APRIL 22 - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible from 23.15 pm - 03.00 am. Interesting events: Io is in front of Jupiter from 19.52 pm - 22.05 pm. Io shadow is visible on Jupiter disc from 20.53 pm till 23.00 pm. Europa is in front of Jupiter from 22.15 pm until 01.00 am after midnight. Europa shadow is visible over Jupiter disc from 00.15 am after midnight until 02.50 am after midnight.
                                            Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.49 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 20.03 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 25% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - it is rising at 20.50 pm and will be low on the eastern sky during the evening and is 99% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 23 - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 4.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible until 22.55 pm
                                           Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.47 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 20.04 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 22% illuminated.
                                           The Moon - it is rising at 21.50 pm and today is the last day to observe it in April in the evening sky probably after 22.40 pm when it climbs high enough over the east horizon. It is 96% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 24 - SUNDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 4.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Its satellite Europa is not visible until 21.16 pm when it appears on the sky moving out of Jupiter shadow. Its satellite Ganymede is disappearing behind Jupiter at 22.00 pm.
                                           Planet Mercury is in good position for observing in early evening and sets behind the west horizon at 21.45 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 20.06 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 20% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 25 - MONDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible from 21.00 pm - 00.20 am after midnight.
                                           Planet Mercury is harder and harder to find on the early evening sky. It sets shortly after the Sun sets and every next evening that time is getting shorter. Also its brightness is declining because every next evening its disc is illuminated less and less. It sets behind the west horizon at 21.43 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 20.07 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 17% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 26 - TUESDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible from 23.15 pm - 03.00 am. Its satellites Europa and Io are very close to each other around 21.45 pm.
                                           Planet Mercury is harder and harder to find on the early evening sky. It sets shortly after the Sun sets and every next evening that time is getting shorter. Also its brightness is declining because every next evening its disc is illuminated less and less. It sets behind the west horizon at 21.40 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 20.08 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 15% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                                           No evening observing from dark sky because of the Moon visible on the sky.

APRIL 27 - WEDNESDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible from 22.30 pm - 02.00 am after midnight.
                                            Planet Mercury is harder and harder to find on the early evening sky. It sets shortly after the Sun sets and every next evening that time is getting shorter. Also its brightness is declining because every next evening its disc is illuminated less and less. It sets behind the west horizon at 21.36 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 20.09 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 13% illuminated.  
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Mercury and Jupiter, Jupiter Great Red Spot is also visible from 22.30 pm - 02.00 am, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.  

 

APRIL 28 - THURSDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible until 22.00 pm.
                                           Planet Mercury is harder and harder to find on the early evening sky. It sets shortly after the Sun sets and every next evening that time is getting shorter. Also its brightness is declining because every next evening its disc is illuminated less and less. It sets behind the west horizon at 21.31 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 20.10 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 11% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Mercury and Jupiter, Jupiter's Great Red Spot visible until 22.00 pm, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.  

 

APRIL 29 - FRIDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 5.30 pm
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes 
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter's Great Red Spot is visible after 23.55 pm. Io is in front of Jupiter from 21.40 pm until 23.55 pm. It cast shadow on Jupiter disc from 22.45 pm until 00.50 am after midnight.
                                           Planet Mercury is harder and harder to find on the early evening sky. It sets shortly after the Sun sets and every next evening that time is getting shorter. Also its brightness is declining because every next evening its disc is illuminated less and less. It sets behind the west horizon at 21.26 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 20.11 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 9% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Mercury and Jupiter, Jupiter's Great Red Spot visible from 23.55 pm, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.  

 APRIL 30 - SATURDAY

DAYTIME OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 12.00 pm - 4.00 pm
                              Extra - Talking about the Sun
                          Objects - The Sun with three different telescopes.

EVENING OBSERVING - From location inside the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                              Extra - Talking about planets and also about single, double and multiple stars
                          Objects - Planet Jupiter with its four big satellites. Jupiter Great Red Spot is visible until 23.35 pm. Io is not visible till 22.16 pm when suddenly appears on the sky after moving out of Jupiter shadow.
                                             Planet Mercury is harder and harder to find on the early evening sky. It sets shortly after the Sun sets and every next evening that time is getting shorter. Also its brightness is declining because every next evening its disc is illuminated less and less. It sets behind the west horizon at 21.22 pm, and we will try to find it as soon as the Sun sets at 20.12 pm. Mercury shows phase and its disc is 9% illuminated.
                                           We will also observe some of the following double and multiple stars: Alpha (Rigel), Delta, Lambda, Theta1, Theta2, Iota, Sigma, Zeta and Eta in Orion constellation, Theta1/2 and Struve 742 in Taurus constellation, Epsilon, h3945 and Alpha (Sirius) in Canis Major constellation, k in Puppis constellation, Eta in Perseus Constellation, Epsilon and Beta in Monoceros constellation, Theta in Auriga constellation, 32 in Camelopardalis constellation, Delta and Alpha (Castor) in Gemini constellation, Zeta and Iota in Cancer Constellation, N and Epsilon in Hydra constellation, Delta in Corvus Constellation, 12 and 38 in Lynx constellation, 17/16, Mu, Nu, Psi and 40/41 in Draco constellation, Zeta (Mizar) and Xi in Ursa Major constellation, Alpha (Polaris) in Ursa Minor constellation, Alpha (Cor Caroli) in Canes Venatici constellation, Alpha (Regulus), Gamma and 54 in Leo constellation, 24 in Coma Berenices constellation. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which double and multiple stars will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about them.

EVENING OBSERVING - From dark location outside of the city
                               Start - 20.30 pm
                          Objects - We will observe a lot of interesting objects visible on the sky at this time of the year. Planets Mercury and Jupiter, Jupiter's Great Red Spot visible until 23.35 pm, some interesting single stars, some interesting double and multiple stars, and because this location is dark a lot of interesting deep-sky objects - different types of nebulae, open clusters of stars, globular clusters of stars and different types of galaxies. At this time of the year visible on the sky are so-called spring constellations, but we will also try to catch some of the winter constellations which are low over the west horizon before they set behind it shortly after dark arrives. We will observe objects in the constellations listed bellow. Please visit the Celestial Objects page on the bottom menu to see which objects will be observed in each particular constellation and to learn more about those objects. Constellations of interest will be: Orion, Taurus, Canis Major, Puppis, Perseus, Monoceros, Canis Minor, Auriga, Camelopardalis, Gemini, Cancer, Hydra, Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Lynx, Draco, Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Canes Venatici, Leo Minor, Leo and Coma Berenices.