In April and May, we wrote about which planets we would be able to see in the sky. This is June’s post and I hope we get to use it. It has been a useful post and we even took our own Jupiter photo in May!
In April, we wrote about which planets we would be able to see in the sky. This is May’s post and I hope we get to use it. It has been a useful post and we even took our own Jupiter photo. (It is in the link given below, but is not a NASA masterpiece!
I have decided to re-post this article about the visible planets from April 2015. Kam and I like to look at the planets. He has asked me how the planets have moved across the sky, so I thought if we keep these older posts. I just hope that our other space and science posts don’t get lost in the similar articles section; of which I have no control over! Let’s see.
I hope these posts are useful for people, although essentially they are here to help Kam and his mum planet watch.
We’ve learnt a little about the visible planets from Earth; those which we can see using our eyes. This is the link for that post: Visible Planets.
Of course, as expected we’re not finished, I think we are just starting!
Anticipation, Kam’s next question: Ok, where do we look for the naked eye planets, – naked giggle, no clothes, that’s funny isn’t it, eyes don’t wear clothes – so where do we look for them? Continue reading →