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The zodiacal band of light may extend across the sky through the constellations of late winter
The full Moon on the 16th will be high in the sky
I hope your skies will be clear and you will enjoy your star gazing.
Winter begins at precisely 03:39 on Tuesday, December 21.
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.
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.