(VIDEO) Casper to see clear skies for Wednesday evening's Mars–Moon occultation

Chris Hattings, meteorologist with the NWS in Riverton, said that if skies are clear, the Mars-Moon occultation will be visible above Wyoming skies...

December 6, 2022
6:24 PM

Chris Hattings, meteorologist with the NWS in Riverton, said that if skies are clear, the Mars-Moon occultation will be visible above Wyoming skies on Wednesday evening. (Screenshot via NWS in Riverton, YouTube) CASPER, Wyo. — A celestial event known as a Mars–Moon occultation will occur above Wyoming skies on Wednesday evening, according to Chris Hattings, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Riverton. An occultation refers to one celestial object passing behind another from the perspective of someone on Earth.