Check out the Adler's monthly sky watching guide for March 2014.
Featured News for March
On March 9 and 10, look south for Jupiter near the waxing gibbous Moon.
Look southwest in the late hours of March 18 and southeast in the early hours of March 19 for Mars near the waning gibbous Moon.
March 20 marks the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere (also known as the Spring or Vernal Equinox). The Sun shines directly on the equator today, and daylight and darkness are about equal around the world.
Look southeast for Saturn near the waning gibbous Moon just before midnight on March 20 and in the early hours of March 21.
On March 27 you just might be able to see Venus very low southeast near the waning crescent Moon before sunrise.
You can spot the new Moon on March 1, the first quarter Moon on March 8, the full Moon on March 16, the last quarter Moon on March 23, and the new Moon on March 30.
2014 Skywatchers Guide
Check out the Adler's 2014 Skywatchers Guide.