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A flat charge of 2p per minute applies to geographic landline calls to Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Irish Republic, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and USA (also includes calls to mobiles in Canada and USA) irrespective of the length of the call. A 22p connection fee applies to all international calls. Subject to Acceptable Use Policy – see  sky.com/talk For as little as $35 a year you can join us on our mission to protect the natural night sky. As the song says, what goes up, must come down. And so it is with the two innermost planets gracing the dusk sky. On its way up is Venus, which gains a bit more altitude each day. The magnitude –3.9 evening “star” now sets 1½ hours after the Sun. On its way down is nearby Mercury, which is wrapping up its most favourable apparition of the year. Not only is the swift little planet setting earlier each night, it’s also losing brightness. By mid-week it has faded to magnitude 1.1—almost a full magnitude fainter than last week. As it descends, Mercury passes brilliant Venus on the evening of the 21st. Meanwhile, the predawn is populated with a second group of planets: Jupiter, Mars and Saturn. For telescope users, Jupiter is the most rewarding. Gleaming at magnitude –2.3, Big Jup climbs to the meridian just after 4:30 a.m., local daylight time. Trailing behind is Mars, which rises at 3:00 a.m. The 0.5-magnitude red planet is still quite small (8 arc seconds diameter), but by the end of April finally might be worth inspecting in your scope. Last to rise is Saturn, which clears the southeast horizon roughly ½ hour after Mars. The ringed planet shines at magnitude 0.5 and climbs to an altitude of nearly 20 degrees as morning twilight becomes noticeably brighter. £75 Prepaid MasterCard®: Offer available to new customers joining Sky Broadband Unlimited, Sky Fibre, Sky Fibre Unlimited or Sky Fibre Max without TV. Reward must be claimed at sky.com/claim within 90 days of service being activated. One reward per household. Availability subject to stock. Prepaid MasterCard® can be used wherever MasterCard® is accepted, except for gambling, cash withdrawals, currency, cashback or at petrol stations. Unused card values will expire 12 months after the cards are printed. In the field of astronomy, the sky is also called the celestial sphere. This is viewed from Earth’s surface as an abstract dome on which the Sun, stars, planets, and Moon appear to be traveling. The celestial sphere is conventionally divided into designated areas called constellations. Usually, the term sky is used informally as the point of view from the Earth’s surface; however, the meaning and usage can vary. In some cases, such as in discussing the weather, the sky refers to only the lower, more dense portions of the atmosphere. The zodiacal light is not a source of light in the night sky but rather is just reflected light from the sun. In January 2016, drought-affected residents were quite surprised at first to see large fish dropping from the sky along with a brief rain. The fish fell heavily over parts of the city, and the residents were more than happy to collect them and put them to good use.[4] sky (third-person singular simple present skies, present participle skying, simple past and past participle skied or skyed) sky £25 Sky Fibre Unlimited for 18 months: Sky Fibre areas only. Speeds vary significantly by location. Subject to status. Available to new and existing Sky Broadband and Talk customers without Fibre taking new 18 month subscription for Sky Fibre Unlimited, Sky Talk and Sky Line Rental with or without Sky TV. Compatible line required otherwise £20 connection charge may apply. Further terms apply. £75 Prepaid MasterCard®: Offer available to new customers joining Sky Broadband Unlimited, Sky Fibre, Sky Fibre Unlimited or Sky Fibre Max without TV. Reward must be claimed at sky.com/claim within 90 days of service being activated. One reward per household. Availability subject to stock. Prepaid MasterCard® can be used wherever MasterCard® is accepted, except for gambling, cash withdrawals, currency, cashback or at petrol stations. Unused card values will expire 12 months after the cards are printed. The intensity of the sky varies greatly over the day, and the primary cause of that intensity differs as well. When the sun is well above the horizon, direct scattering of sunlight (Rayleigh scattering) is the overwhelmingly dominant source of light. However, in twilight, the period of time between sunset and night and between night and sunrise, the situation is more complicated. Green flashes and green rays are optical phenomena that occur shortly after sunset or before sunrise, when a green spot is visible above the sun, usually for no more than a second or two, or it may resemble a green ray shooting up from the sunset point. Green flashes are a group of phenomena that stem from different causes,[12] most of which occur when there is a temperature inversion (when the temperature increases with altitude rather than the normal decrease in temperature with altitude). Green flashes may be observed from any altitude (even from an aircraft). They are usually seen at an unobstructed horizon, such as over the ocean, but are also seen over cloud tops and mountain tops. Green flashes may also be observed at the horizon in association with the Moon and bright planets, including Venus and Jupiter.[13][14] For information about events in Sky Pod Bar please visit our news section: http://skygarden.london/news-events​ This may surprise some people, but fish falling from the sky is common enough to be a well-documented meteorological event. And we only know about the ones that fall on populated land. So, let’s get dragged up into the sky against our will and plummet down to land on a list of 10 recent fish falls. The phenomenon, sometimes referred to as false dawn, appears in the western sky shortly after sunset around the vernal equinox, which occurs on March 20, 2018. @skyserves, @myskyupdates Can a computerized telescope replace charts? Not for beginners, I don’t think, and not on mounts and tripods that are less than top-quality mechanically (meaning heavy and expensive). And as Terence Dickinson and Alan Dyer say in their Backyard Astronomer’s Guide, “A full appreciation of the universe cannot come without developing the skills to find things in the sky and understanding how the sky works. This knowledge comes only by spending time under the stars with star maps in hand.” Sky Talk International Extra: UK calls to 01, 02 & 03 numbers only (excludes Channel Islands, indirect access, dial-up internet and 070 numbers). Inclusive UK landline calls last up to an hour, then charged at 14.65ppm at any time of day, or hang up and redial. Inclusive calls to 0845 and 0870 numbers last up to an hour, after which Sky’s Access Charge (13ppm) and the owning operator’s Service Charge applies, or you can hang up and redial. 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