The February issue of Qué tal is now online and available for reading. This month there is a shift in planet visibility as Venus moves too close to the rising Sun for morning viewing, and Mars is also lost to the setting Sun’s glare but in the evening. Mercury is best visible for the first half of the month in its best evening viewing for this year. Jupiter remains very visible as an evening object, and Saturn rises around midnight.
And get ready for Comet Pan-STAARS
Click here to go to the Qué tal in the Current Skies web site for more observing information.