** What’s Up: January 2022 Skywatching Tips from NASA – NASA JPL
What are some skywatching highlights in January 2022? Stargazing is at its best on the nights around the new moon, Jan. 2. Later that night, catch the peak of the Quadrantid meteor shower. Then look for the Moon with Jupiter on Jan. 5, and with Mars and Venus on Jan. 29.
0:10 New Moon
0:30 Quadrantid meteors
1:28 Dusk / Dawn Highlights
2:28 Moon Phases
Additional information about topics covered in this episode of What’s Up, along with still images from the video, and the video transcript, are available at https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/skywatch….
In January, the northern hemisphere features beautiful views of Capella, a pair of giant yellow stars; Aldebaran, a red giant star; and two star clusters—the Hyades and the Pleiades. Keep watching for the awe-inspiring space-based views of the Crab Nebula, the remains of a star that exploded as a supernova. About this Series “Tonight’s Sky” is a monthly video of constellations you can observe in the night sky. The series is produced by the Space Telescope Science Institute, home of science operations for the Hubble Space Telescope, in partnership with NASA’s Universe of Learning. This is a recurring show, and you can find more episodes—and other astronomy videos—at https://hubblesite.org/resource-galle....
** What to see in the night sky: November 2021 – BBC Sky at Night Magazine
What can you see in the night sky tonight? Astronomers Pete Lawrence and Paul Abel reveal the best night-sky highlights to observe throughout January 2022.
** What’s in the Night Sky June 2021 #WITNS | Comet Leonard | Quadrantid Meteor Shower – Alyn Wallace
** Night Sky Notebook March 2021 – Peter Detterline
** See also:
- Look Up At the Night Sky (January 2022) – Farmers’ Almanac
- January Night Sky 2022 — Stargazing Guide & Key Dates
- Best of 2022: Night sky scenes not to miss – EarthSky
- This Week’s Sky at a Glance, December 31 – January 8 – Sky & Telescope
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