September Qué tal Now Available

   Many interesting celestial events this month including minor meteor showers, the September equinox, and conjunctions with our Moon, planets, and stars. Venus and Saturn and the star Spica have some close conjunctions in the evening skies at sunset. In the east before sunrise look for Jupiter to be the point of a triangle with the twin stars. Mars will pass through M 44, the Beehive Cluster, an open star cluster in Cancer.

   Click here to go to the Qué tal in the Current Skies web site for more observing information for this month.

2 thoughts on “September Qué tal Now Available

  1. Hi, Bob, we’re back at school again, and getting your posts…went to Que tal, but could not get your voki to play, or, rather, there is no sound when I play it. What am I doing wrong? tk



    • It works with all three of my web browsers. Are you at school trying this? Maybe you have some sort of filter or pop-up or ad blocker that prevents the sound?
      If needed call me on your your cell phone and then put me on speaker and I’ll read it to you and the students!!


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