When:Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30, first couple hours after dark
Target Audience:General Audience
Evenings in November are a good time to start looking for the Pleiades, a bright cluster of stars best enjoyed in the cooler fall and winter months in the Northern Hemisphere. Look for the Pleiades in the east in the first couple of hours after dark. The cluster rises to its highest point around midnight. Learn more in this month's episode of NASA's "What's Up" video series:
For more details and skywatching tips, visit NASA's Solar System Exploration website.
Discover standards-aligned lessons for educators and activities for students related to this event.
Exoplanet Exploration Lessons for Educators
Explore our collection of standards-aligned STEM lessons all about NASA's search for planets beyond our solar system.
Exoplanet Exploration Activities for Students
Explore our collection of student projects, slideshows, videos and more all about planets beyond our solar system.
Events are based on visibility in the Northern Hemisphere. Dates and clock times are for the Pacific time zone unless otherwise noted.