Space Schedule

Nov. 10: A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the Sentinel 6A satellite from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.

Nov. 11-12: The Northern Taurid meteor shower peaks. 

Nov. 12: The waning crescent moon will be in conjunction with Venus, the "morning star." Look for them above the eastern horizon before dawn. 

Nov. 15: New moon

Nov. 16-17: The Leonid meteor shower peaks. See article above.

Nov. 25: The waxing, gibbous moon will be in conjunction with Mars . Look for the duo above the eastern horizon after sunset. 

Nov. 30: A penumbral lunar eclipse will be visible from the Americas, Australia and Asia. The moon will begin passing through Earth's shadow, and the eclipse will last for 4 hours and 20 minutes. 

Nov. 30: The full moon of November, known as the "Beaver Moon."