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Newsletter Issue 81

Find Planets and Stars with Our Interactive Night Sky Map

Check out which planets and constellations are visible in the sky above your location or any other place in the world. The new addition to our Night Sky pages is a brilliant Interactive Night Sky Map which helps you find the planets in the sky and tells you when you have the best chance to see them. Just click on a celestial object and play around with the timeline to see how the night sky changes.

These days, look for Mars shining brightly in the early night.

Which Planets Can You See in the Sky Tonight?

Print Your 2019 Calendar

Our Free Printable Calendar Service creates a PDF you can print, save, or share. Choose between yearly, monthly, weekly, or daily calendars and pick a design you like. You can create a blank calendar or add holidays or your own events first.

Clocks Go Back as DST Ends in the US and Canada

Most of the United States, Canada, and Mexico's northern border cities get an extra hour to enjoy this weekend as Daylight Saving Time (DST) ends in the early hours of Sunday, November 4, 2018.

When Do the Clocks Fall Back in Your Location?

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