first photo of dazzling full moonsecond photo of full moonMars above left, a steady rusty pinprick in the blank eastern sky, midnight blue with a tinge of mould. Jupiter and Venus dazzling to the right, beyond Orion. Moon full 9am tomorrow morning.

A bright meteor over northern Britain, three nights ago. Traveling southwards, said to be a fist-sized chunk of rock, probably the debris of a planet that never properly formed. Seen around 9.40pm. Described as a very bright orange nucleus with a green tail, and white with an orange glowing tail.