Related Program: Northland Morning Astro Bob's Backyard Astronomy: the moon returns, spelling "Ophiuchus" and 12 thousand satellites By Lisa Johnson • Jun 4, 2019 Related Program: Northland Morning ShareTweetEmail The "train" of Starlink satellites on May 24, the day after the launch, over the Netherlands Credit Marco Langbroek The moon returns to the western sky, why there's no Ophiucus sign in the zodiac, although there is a constellation, and the rwo of 60 twinkling spaceships in the sky at the end of last month. Listen Listening... / 10:52 You can read more Astro Bob, including this latest post about how to see Mercury, here. Tags: Astro Bob's Backyard AstronomymoonMercuryStarlinkOphiucusZodiacConstellationShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Astro Bob's Backyard Astronomy: welcome back, Bob! By Lisa Johnson • Jan 1, 2019 ©Bob King. Used with permission. After a brief hiatus (twenty years or so) to do the newspaper thing, amateur astronomer Bob King returns to KUMD to talk about what we can see in the evening, overnight and morning skies this month - and even offer an astrophotography tip or two! Astro Bob's Backyard Astronomy: if the earth were flat, space station would splat By Lisa Johnson • Jan 29, 2019 It's a wide-ranging edition of Astro Bob's Backyard Astronomy today: from the weather to the conjunction of Venus, Jupiter and the moon to the International Space Station -- with stops along the way at The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and how we know the earth is not flat.