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    1. Mercury is moonless, Venus is moonless, and Mars only has the two very small moons, Phobos and Deimos, that orbit around it. Phobos and Deimos don’t resemble our own Moon; they ...

    2. Stargazing: The Milky Way and the Winter Triangle

      Pittsburgh Post-Gazette1 day ago

      If you’re far from city lights this dark moonless weekend, look for the Milky Way arching across the sky from north to south. The band of pale light passes through the constellations ...

    3. It would be another 24 hours before the team could set out again under ideal conditions of a moonless night. When they landed, a firefight broke out and seven of the enemy were killed ...

    4. I think that most of the star systems we find with habitable planets will be moonless (two of our inner planets don’t have one) or have trivial moons (like Mars). Large planets with relatively ...

    5. If you are able to find the constellation in a dark moonless sky -- which is pretty much the only way it's possible -- you should also be able to see the Milky Way flowing gently southward ...

    6. Bright Lights, All Tight

      Bay Weekly5 hours ago

      Given a dark, clear view of the sky, these moonless summer nights reveal the Milky Way flowing overhead. Dark is the key word here, as even modest light will render this river of stars ...

    7. Heavenly Dust | Bay Weekly

      Bay Weekly2 days ago

      If you’re up before dawn one of these moonless August morns, look for the zodiacal light, a pearly glowing pyramid of light stretching from the western horizon and tilting to the left ...

    8. The Crown Jewel of a Dark Night

      Bay Weekly5 days ago

      This week’s moonless nights provide a dark background to explore the stars. Nestled between the bright stars Vega and Arcturus and to the east of the familiar shape of Hercules, look ...

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