“Picture a bright blue ball, just spinning, spinning free,
Dizzy with eternity.
Paint it with a skin of sky,
Brush in some clouds and sea,
Call it home for you and me.”
For those of you interested in celestial viewing the month of November offers an opportunity to see a comet that has become known as the “Old Faithful” of comets, Encke. Named after the German astronomer, Johann Franz Encke.
In addition to Encke, there are the usual Leonid meteor shower to be seen in November.
Follow this link to a fine resource for keeping track of events in the night sky.
All of this action can be seen with the naked eye, but a decent pair of binoculars will substantially enhance your viewing.
Get out and take a look at the night sky.