March 24 to April 5: A Planetary Trio
You might spot this tri-planetary tango: Venus, Mars and Saturn will cluster unusually close together during late March.
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April 30 to May 1: Venus-Jupiter Conjunction
In the early morning hours before dawn on April 30 through May 1, the bright, reddish Jupiter will appear to rise within the planet Venus.
May 5: Eta Aquariids Meteor Shower
Handful of shooting stars rained down at rates of about 10 to 20 meteors per hour. They looked like massive fireballs in the sky.
May 15-16: Total Lunar Eclipse
15 May witnessed the first Lunar eclipse of the year 2022.
June 14: The First Supermoon of the Year
Three supermoons in a row will appeared this year starting with June 14.
June 19-27: Five—Maybe Six—Planets in a Row
A rare alignment of planets in mid-to-late June, as Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn lineed up in a dazzling row.
July 28-9: Delta Aquariid Meteor Shower
Before dawn, about 10 to 20 meteors per hour shooted across the night sky.
August 11-3: Perseid Meteor Shower
The colorful fireballs appear to radiate from the constellation of Perseus, named after the legendary Greek hero.
November 8: Total Lunar Eclipse
A second total lunar eclipse of the year. The East Coast saw the full eclipse and West Coast caught the partial show.
December 13-14: Geminid Meteor Shower
Geminids appear to radiate from Gemini, the “twins” constellation best identified by its bright stars Castor and Pollux.