Astronomers are looking forward to tomorrow night, when the Moon and Mars pass close to each other.
Tom Kerss, host of the Star Signs: Go Stargazing podcast, said: “The Moon, meanwhile, is getting close to Mars this week, forming a conjunction Wednesday night as it passes south of the Red Planet among the faint stars of Pisces. . “
How to see the Moon and Mars conjunction tomorrow:
The crescent gibbous moon will pass tomorrow night (November 25) south of the Red Planet.
The Moon will be easy to spot tomorrow as it will be about 80% illuminated in its waxing Moon phase.
And although Mars will be much smaller and fainter, similar to a bright star, it will remain visible until the end of the year.