Astronomy definitely has its seasons. As the months come and go, so do the different objects in the sky. I tend to observe things as they rise high in the east for the first time, and I also like to try to do that as late in the night as possible, after 10pm, or even […]Read more "June 27, 2016: Spring Doldrums; Stock Wisdom and Sage Advice"
One thing I missed discussing in terms of “What I did last summer” in the previous two blog posts was going out to see the Perseid meteor shower. The last time I had gone out to see a meteor shower was the Leonids, about 17 years ago, in 1998. The Leonids occur in November, but […]Read more "December 7, 2015: Dark Adaption Really Does Take Awhile . . . So Observe During the Day!"