This month there is plenty to spot in the night skies over Merseyside, if it’s a clear night.
Mars will start to rise at around 3:40 am but won’t be seen for very long as visibility will reduce as daylight approaches.
Jupiter will be even harder to spot unless you’re an early riser, it will start to rise around 4:46am and may only be visible near the horizon for about an hour, when daylight will again reduce visibility.
Uranus will be visible all night for about 11 hours, as it will rise as the sun sets and will be at its peak around 8:30pm.
International Space Station
The ISS can be seen on the following date and times on Merseyside. Just look out for a fast travelling bright object.
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