The week of March 13 – 19 takes us from Lunar Day 16, right after full moon, through Day 21. This week we will highlight the moon craters Cleomedes and Burckhardt, viewable on Thursday evening, in addition to Jupiter and
The week of March 6 – 12 takes us from Day 9 to Day 15, full moon. The mountains, valleys, and craters that stood out so vividly on Day 7 will rapidly lose their contrast from day 10 on and
The week of March 28-April 3 takes us from lunar Day 20 through Day 25. Moon watchers will have to be early morning observers this week as the Moon will not be high enough to view profitably on Monday until
The week of March 21-27 takes us from lunar Day 13 through Day 18. The week starts out with essentially a Full Moon in the sky. There will not be enough shadow contrast to see craters until Thursday, March 25th.
The week of March 14-20 takes us from lunar Day 7 through Day 11. Monday and Tuesday are the very best times to observe the Moon. There is a half Moon in the sky, it is lunar sunrise, and all
The week of March 7-13 takes us from lunar Day 28 (New Moon) through Day 5. Lunar Days 1 and 2 aren’t worth the bother (wait until just after Full Moon when these same features will have risen out of
The week starting February 29 takes us from lunar Day 21 through Day 27. Moon watchers will have to be early morning observers this week as the Moon rises just before midnight on the 28th and on each successive morning