November 2017

Introducing … Starry Trails Starlab!

Take an out of this world trip thru the stars in Starry Trails portable planetarium! We bring customized space science programs to you! View the night sky, enjoy star stories and explore the solar system. Click here for all the details!

This Month’s Skysuzie_venus_fall

—– As we head into the month of November, the lovely planet Saturn will continue to sink lower in the southwestern sky each night. Early morning is where a spectacular planet show is taking place, in the eastern sky before sunrise. Venus and Jupiter will put on quite a show during the second week of the month (Illustration 1)!  Don’t forget the Leonid Meteor Shower peaks, November 17th, a moon free night!

Once we have changed back our clocks to Eastern Standard Time, it will be great to go outside and enjoy an evening of stargazing right after dinner!  The evenings are getting colder, so we will need to put on our winter coats, gloves, hats and maybe boots.

Here’s what you’ll need to start exploring tonight’s sky:

Starry Trails

This narrative explains where to look and how to identify stars, deep sky objects, constellations, planets!

Starry Sky Map

Your simple sky map to locate stars, planets and constellation positions.

Starry Trail Map

While using the narrative, this is your visual guide on starting point and the monthly adventure through the night sky.


Will show you the position of the constellations and help you seek them out.

Here’s the Starry Trails November Audio GuideListen Now!

Clear Sky Cleveland Chart

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