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Farmers' Almanac Astronomy

Farmers’ Almanac astronomy provides the best times to view meteor showers, full moons, facts about planets and stars, plus more!

Recent Astronomy Articles

Winter is Coming – This Week in the Sky!

Winter is Coming – This Week in the Sky!

Ok winter isn’t quite here, but in the sky the stars will make you think it is winter. Here’s why.

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This Astronomical Event Is One You Shouldn’t Miss!

This Astronomical Event Is One You Shouldn’t Miss!

Find out why this Saturday you should set a reminder to look up in the sky a little after sunset.

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The Great  American Solar Eclipse – When And Where To View

The Great American Solar Eclipse – When And Where To View

On Monday, August 21, 2017, North Americans will get an opportunity to observe a total eclipse of the Sun. See our list of cities and times for best viewing, plus a full color map!

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Make Your Own Pinhole Reflector To Safely View The Solar Eclipse!

Make Your Own Pinhole Reflector To Safely View The Solar Eclipse!

Safely view the Great American Eclipse with this easy DIY project.

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