Winter nights perfect for stargazing says UW-Stevens Point professor
WSAU Radio Wausau

By Raymond Neupert

The nights are getting longer, and that means it's the perfect time of the year to head out stargazing.

UWSP Astronomy professor Randy Olson says the winter months are the best times of the year to see nighttime objects. "When you've got those nice cold nights, it really clears up the atmosphere, clears up the sky so you've got some really good views of the nighttime sky."


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