Download and display our monthly astronomy calendars at home or in your classroom!

Our calendars help you plan your stargazing activities. We have included things you can see with just your eyes or through binoculars (or via the internet in the case of rocket launches or most eclipses).

Use our Stargazing Glossary to expand your astronomical vocabulary as you use the calendars.

The Whole Sky at 8am

The Whole Sky over the UK at 8 AM. The observer's horizon is around the outside of the circle. The centre of the picture is the point in the night sky right above the observer. The four points of the compass (North, East, South and West) are shown.