Welcome to the 61st edition of 6 Storm Team Starwatch! This is a blog that will be posted every week that will list events happening in the sky!
Thursday through Saturday you will be able to see Venus and Mercury early in the morning (Sky & Telescope). The best time to view these planets will be about 30 minutes before sunrise (Sky & Telescope). You will want to look to the East-Southeast to see these planets (Sky & Telescope). You will also be able to see the bright star Spica (Sky & Telescope). Spica is in the constellation Virgo.
The Northern Taurid meteor shower peaks Wednesday, November 11th through Thursday, November 12th (American Meteor Society). This meteor shower can produce fireballs, or very bright meteors (American Meteor Society).
Tonight is the New Moon (NASA). Remember, a New Moon is not visible to the naked eye.
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WASHINGTON (WJW) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is reporting that the company Tanimura & Antle has recalled some bags of single-head romaine lettuce due to possible E. coli contamination.
The recall, which is voluntary, affects states across the country and involves 3,396 cartons of the bagged romaine were distributed, the FDA said.
(NEXSTAR) – After getting a boost in the run-up to a U.S. presidential election so anxiety-provoking that a “disorder” was coined, gun stocks tumbled Monday amid positive vaccine news and a lack of widespread unrest.
Smith & Wesson Brands fell more than 9%, Sturm Ruger & Co. finished down over 7% and Vista Outdoor dropped more than 13%. Vista Outdoor sells ammunition and other sporting goods.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — One juvenile male victim was hospitalized Monday following a shooting, according to Knoxville Police.
On Monday, Nov. 9 around 6 p.m., Knoxville Police Department officers responded to the apartment complex in the 2200 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue for a reported shooting.
Venus, New Moon, Crescent, Meteor shower, Mercury
World news – GB – 6 Storm Team Starwatch: Venus and Mercury visible this week