Sunset, Father’s Day.
Crescent moon over Colorado.
Your western sky, Colorado.
Setting Waxing Gibbous moon - 99 percent illuminated.
Bright waxing gibbous moon: 87 percent illuminated.
Waxing moon from Colorado.
See it? Crescent moon at sunset: 15 percent illuminated.
International Space Station zips over Colorado.
Right by the waxing, 99 percent illuminated moon.
Waning Gibbous moon: 87 percent illuminated over a #Colorado sunrise.
Look up: Moon and Jupiter in conjunction. A fraction of a degree apart.
Next time this close: 2026.
Waxing crescent moon, Earth.
Thirty-one percent illuminated.
Sunset view above Colorado.
Moon before our snowstorm.
Waxing crescent moon over Colorado: 39 percent illuminated.
Gravity-mapping probes built in Colorado crashed on moon. Successful mission!
Congrats Lockheed Martin and entire “Ebb and Flow” team.
Source: The Denver Post
Night Show Colorado:
Jupiter and Waning Gibbous moon.
Quite a September celestial dance. Go look.