Dr Nick Lomb, Sydney Observatory Curator of Astronomy tells us that February is a good month to see the constellations of the Southern Cross, Orion and Gemini. Planets visible in February include Saturn and Venus.
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Download the full resolution January 2007 sky map below In the audio guide for January 2007 - which is particularly rich in information, with much to see in the night sky - Sydney Observatory curator of astronomy, Dr Nick Lomb tells us that the best time to look at the night sky this month is when there is no Moon or the Moon is not too bright - from 11 January when the Moon is at last quarter to 26 January when the Moon is at first quarter and starting to be bright again.
Download the full resolution December 2006 sky map below Sydney Observatory senior astronomy educator Geoff Wyatt tells us that December is a good month, astronomically speaking, for early risers.
This month, Sydney Observatory senior astronomy educator Geoff Wyatt tells us that highlights to look out for in November include the Transit of Mercury on 9 November and the ability to see the planets Uranus and Venus.