A summer night in the Boston exurbs proves surprisingly rewarding.
Most of us are familiar with the Seven Sisters, but have you met their brothers? Learn how to find more Pleiades than first meet the eye.
Here are hyperlinks to many websites that can help you forecast the astronomical observing conditions for next few nights — or longer.
Why, and how, you should sketch your observations through a telescope.
On Sunday evening Comet LINEAR (C/2006 VZ13) passes within kissing distance of the great globular star cluster Messier 3.
Venus is passing through the Pleiades in a breathtaking spectacle that reaches its peak on April 3rd. This unique pairing is part of a series of Venus events in 2012, culminating in the June transit of the Sun.