Catch a orange-red variable star in Cygnus, the Swan, as its brightness peaks in early July.
The long-period variable star T Cephei peaks this October. The star is relatively easy to locate in binoculars because of its red hue.
An unusually bright supernova has gone off in NGC 2403, an 8.5-magnitude galaxy in the constellation Camelopardalis, the Giraffe.
Easily found with the naked eye, 4th-magnitude Rho Cassiopeiae may be getting ready for an enormous mass ejection in the next few months.
The long-period variable Chi Cygni peaks in March. Here's where to find it and what to expect.