“A small fleet of spacecraft is due to take off for Mars in July, including the NASA Mars 2020 rover ‘Perseverance’, and the first Mars missions from China and the United Arab Emirates. “
The Moon will be Full on June 5th, with a faint penumbral lunar eclipse, and it will be New on June 21st, on which there will be an annular solar eclipse, visible from central Africa, northern India and China.
The eta Aquarid meteor shower from Halley’s Comet peaks on 5th to 6th May, but moonlight will spoil it this year.
The Moon will be Full on April 8th, which will be a Supermoon, full at its closest to Earth, and the brightest Moon of the year.
There will be a Supermoon on 9th March, when the Moon will be Full and also at its closest to Earth.
This quarter also features an elaborate sequence of conjunctions of the Sun, the Moon and all the planets including the Earth
The Moon will be Full on December 12th, New on December 26th.
The Moon will be Full on November 12th and will be New on November 26th.
The Moon will be New on September 28th, Full on the 14th,
The Moon will be New on June 3rd and Full on June 17th. This year the summer solstice falls on June 21st.