Sunday, November 6, 2022

Tim to take off as alien light shines

Amateur astronomer Brian Watkiss peers into the Village night sky.

Bright star is Jupiter

Amateur astronomer Brian Watkiss peers into the Village night sky.

Excitement in the sky

Amateur astronomer Brian Watkiss peers into the Village night sky.

In search of fuzzy blobs

Amateur astronomer Brian Watkiss peers into the Village night sky.

Lost in translation

Amateur astronomer Brian Watkiss peers into the Village night sky.

Jupiter’s moons on view

Amateur astronomer Brian Watkiss peers into the Village night sky.

October and at the start of the month, it’s dark at about half past eight but by the end, it’s dark by half past six! Yes, I know this is half due to the clocks going back in the early hours of the 31st but it also shows how quickly the nights draw in at this time of year . . .

A busy time in space

Amateur astronomer Brian Watkiss peers into the Village night sky.

Dog days in the sky

Amateur astronomer Brian Watkiss peersinto the Village night sky.

Why February is short but special

Amateur astronomer Brian Watkiss peers into the Village night sky.

Sights worth staying up for

Amateur astronomer Brian Watkiss peers into the Village night sky.