Tuesday 16th August 2016 @ 16:19 / 4.19pm
Mercury at greatest eastern elongation and well placed for observation in the evening sky., shining brightly at mag: -1.8.
Sunday 14th August 2016
Algol at minimum @ 22:18 / 10.18pm
Saturday 13th August 2016 @ 04:54am
Saturn is stationary direct to beginning retrograde motion in constellation of Ophiuchus.
Friday 12th August 2016 @ 22:30 / 10.30pm
Moon forms a lie with Saturn and Mars.
Thursday 11th August 2016 @ 22:30 / 10.30pm
Mars forms a triangle with two planets – Saturn & Mars.
Sunday 7th August 2016
Jupiter leaves retrograde zone @ 01:56am in the constellation of Leo (The Lion).
Friday 5th August 2016 @ 21:00 / 9pm
Moon is near Jupiter in evening twilight.
Saturday 4th August 2016 @ 20:30 / 8.30pm
Look out for a thin crescent Moon & Venus by a binocular view.
Monday 1st August 2016
Neo-Clouds Season (NLC, Noctilucent Cloud)
It comes to an end in around 15th August 2015.
Look west 30 to 60 minutes after sunset when the Sun has dipped 6 degrees to 16 degrees below the horizon. If you see luminous blue-white tendrils spreading across the sky, you may have spotted a Neo-Clouds (Noctilucent cloud).
Sunday 31st July 2016 ~ pre-dawn @ 4am
Good opportunity to see Earthshine on the waning crescent Moon.