Date: May 11, 2021
Time: 12:00 am
New moon nights – night when the moon is absent from the sky – make for great stargazing.
Here’s a great way to start – look due north after the sun has set and find the Big Dipper constellation [see photo] with its telltale 3-star handle and 4-star dipper.
This is how the Big Dipper looks in the north sky in the spring.
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