The festival of the Epiphany - the word stems from the Greek verb epiphainen, “to shine upon”- or the manifestation of Christ as represented by the Magi commemorates this stellar event.
|Color sketch of the Orion Nebula by Howard Banich|
It signifies the end of my tropical holiday and imminent return to the freezing temperatures of the East Coast.
Here are some cosmic events to look forward to this January.
- Best Night Sky Events of January 2018 (Stargazing Maps)
- Quadrantid Meteor Shower 2018: When, Where and How to See It
- Brightest Planets of January's Night Sky: How to See Them
- January's Supermoon Guide: When and How to See Them
- What Is a Blue Moon? It Arrives January 31
- Lunar Eclipse 2018 Guide: When, Where & How to See It
- January Full Moons 2018: See the 'Full Wolf Moon' and a Blue Moon, Too