Winter Stargazing With Tom Burns
Winter can be cold, rainy and cloudy, but when the night sky is clear, the months of December and January are among the best for stargazing.
So grab your jacket, hat and gloves and head outside for a rare show.
Today on All Sides, find out which star constellations are most visible in clear winter night skies.
- Tom Burns, former director of Ohio Wesleyan University Perkins Observatory