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Winter astronomy

A person looks at stars in the night sky.
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A person looks at stars in the night sky.

Winter chill is no excuse to stay indoors and miss out on some incredible views of the night sky.

Winter affords more hours of night and clearer viewing conditions, when it isn’t raining or snowing, that is.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we discuss winter time astronomy with Tom Burns, the former director of the Ohio Wesleyan University Perkins Observatory.

Guest:

  • Tom Burns, former director of Perkins Observatory at Ohio Wesleyan University

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