See the stars Jupiter, Venus, Mars and Saturn in April 2022

Growing up in the Bronx in the 1960s and ’70s, one of my astronomy instructors, Drs. Kenneth L. Franklin, director and senior scientist at New York’s Hayden Planetarium, has written about celestial events for the World Almanac and The New York Times.

Every now and then Ken would point to our “ever -changing sky.” Such an explanation would be most appropriate to the daily changes among the baskets in our early morning sky this month. Before and between April, there are morning stars, with four of the five bright stars of the sun, lined up in the southeastern sky.

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