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Nights are getting longer

August 30, 2014
By Mike Lynch , Marshall Independent

I love summer stargazing but if you have an early morning wake-up call during the week like I do, you have to restrict your nights under the stars to the weekend. During most of the summer, it's not really dark enough until well after 10 p.m., making it tough on early risers. Another problem with summer stargazing for everyone is humidity. It naturally tends to keep the skies a bit more on the hazy side, and the added moisture in the air also intensifies the effects of light pollution. And then there are those wonderful hungry mosquitoes!

 
 

 

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