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Dublin: 14 °C Tuesday 11 August, 2020

#night skies

From TheJournal.ie Something very shiny in the sky tonight at 5.22pm and 6.58pm International Santa Station

Something very shiny in the sky tonight at 5.22pm and 6.58pm

It could be the International Space Station or it could be…

From TheJournal.ie Photos: Look at how the Aurora Borealis lit up the sky last night Wow
From TheJournal.ie Fireworks in the US have shrunk over decades Damp Squib

Fireworks in the US have shrunk over decades

Urban sprawl means organisers have to rein it in.

From TheJournal.ie Bright stars: What to see in the sky tonight Heavens Above

Bright stars: What to see in the sky tonight

Jupiter, Venus and a thin slice of crescent moon to be highly visible at 8.30pm.

From TheJournal.ie Planets to align over Ireland after sunset tonight Night Skies

Planets to align over Ireland after sunset tonight

Keep an eye on the skies tonight as Venus, Jupiter and Mercury are set to align with the moon this evening.