Seven Sisters, Milky Way, Mars, Moon, Saturn and Jupiter all showed up last week during a clear sky night in Northwest PA

When the night skies are clear, the celestial celebration begins. Here’s what our camera discovered the night of October 23, 2020.

Mars makes is golden appearance in the eastern sky.

The Pleiades, or Seven Sisters, have their nightly get-together in the lower right quadrant of this photograph.

Overhead, the Milky Way lights up the night sky so beautifully.

The waxing half moon creates the mouth, and Saturn (top) and Jupiter serve as the eyes on this midnight sky face.
Although the handwriting is off a wee bit, these markings show where various sky features lie. M33 is the Triangulum Galaxy, which is a spiral galaxy 2.73 million light-years from Earth. Hamal, Sheraton and Uranus are also identified in this Oct. 23, 2020 photograph.

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