The summer stars have moved into the Western Hemisphere and are replaced by the less prominent autumn stars in the east
You will be noticing a couple of bright star-like objects in the southeast—in the constellation Capricornus.
The Perseid meteor shower, which peaks on August 12 and 13, is the focus for many stargazers.
Robert Dick explores the beauty and the downfall of the summer night sky.
You will be struck by the obvious difference between the skies in the west and in the east.
Instead of taking a last look at your smartphone or computer screen, step outside and rest your retinas on the night sky.
The sky has shifted toward the west by about 15 degrees, raising some other sights higher in the sky.
Look what’s in the sky in April 2021
So, bombs and welds all in this episode.
Excerpt adapted with permission from I Call Myself a Prospector
All in One Day!
A Memoir – by Sharon Wood
When meals are made for hard-working farm folk, they can’t help but be filling and nutritious. We think they’re pretty heartwarming, too.