North American observers can see two 10th-magnitude stars occulted by asteroids this March. Here's where to look.
Five dozen of these spellbinding events, impossible to predict well until recently, are listed for observers worldwide.
There will be other occultations of Saturn this year but none with February's prime-time appeal for North American observers.
Some stars that the Moon covers are so bright, you don’t even need a telescope. Here are some occultation highlights for 2002.