Sagittarius is supposed to look like a centaur, but that's not really accurate.
Venus and Jupiter heading for a planetary conjunction.
PARIS — Instead of looking forward to playing each other this week at the French Open, Serena and Venus Williams will both be heading home early.
There is plenty to see in the western sky tonight after sunset.
Sunset tonight is 7:28. If you look toward the west at 8 as the twilight is darkening, you will find ever brilliant Venus nine degrees above the horizon.
The spectacular grouping of Venus, Mercury, and Jupiter in the evening sky after sunset will continue to delight us.
If you wait a couple of hours after sunset for the sky to darken and the moon to rise, you will be rewarded with beautiful views in the eastern sky around 8:30 p.m.
Andy Roddick, who said Thursday this would be the final tourney of his career, beat Bernard Tomic in straight sets.
NEW YORK - Andy Roddick said no to retirement Friday night at the U.S. Open.
Moon watch: The moon is in a waning (growing smaller) gibbous (more than half lit) phase going toward last quarter next Tuesday, when it will be half lit.
Today is the Ides of March. Julius Caesar was told to "beware the Ides of March" in Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar" - the Roman emperor was assassinated on the Ides of March, 44 BC.
Tonight is full moon, which means the moon is 180 degrees away from the sun - thereby rising as the sun is setting and setting as the sun is rising.
DOHA, Qatar — The Williams sisters could be headed for a final
matchup at the Sony Ericsson Championships after Venus Williams
advanced to the semifinals along with Jelena Jankovic and Caroline
Wozniacki on Friday.
It's only been four months since Michael Jackson died at the age
of 50 just as he was preparing for a comeback series of 50 concerts
Friday morning there's a beautiful gathering of the very thin
crescent moon, Venus, Saturn and Mercury.
Try to watch the continuing lineup of morning planets during the
next few weeks. This is a good time to see Venus, Mercury and
PHOENIX — The Phoenix Suns announced Monday that center Robin
Lopez will undergo surgery to repair a broken fifth metatarsal in
his left foot and is expected to miss between six and eight