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Kiss the Sky Tonight -- Month of November 2019

Posted by Guy Pirro 11/04/2019 06:02PM

Kiss the Sky Tonight -- Month of November 2019

Welcome to the night sky report for November 2019 -- Your guide to the constellations, deep sky objects, planets, and celestial events that are observable during the month. In November, hunt for the fainter constellations of fall, including Pisces, Aries, and Triangulum. They will guide you to find several galaxies, including the spiral galaxy M74 and M33 (the Triangulum Galaxy). On November 11 we're in for a rare treat, as the innermost planet, Mercury, passes directly in front of the Sun for a few hours. The event will last about five and a half hours, during which Mercury's path will take it right across the middle of the Sun's disk. The next Mercury transit that will be visible from North America isn't until 2049. (Warning: You should never look directly at the Sun without proper protection, as it can permanently damage your eyes). The night sky is truly a celestial showcase. Get outside and explore its wonders from your own backyard.


  • rshar [Robert Shartrand]
  • 11/14/2019 02:13AM
Kiss The Sky Tonight is a great feature. I would like to know how to see past issues.

Keep up the good work,

I'm glad that you enjoy these monthly postings.

For earlier postings go to "News" and then "Search"

and type "Kiss the Sky"

All previous "Kiss the Sky" postings will be listed.


Guy Pirro

  • rshar [Robert Shartrand]
  • 11/14/2019 03:55PM
Got it! Thank you Guy.