By Dave Fuller on 4/6/2012 7:49 AM
I'm not a scientist, but I love science.  I generally understand what scientists are talking about, even when they talk in scientific-language.  But a lot of people don't.  One example of this is the distances in space.  The late Carl Sagan was masterful at taking complex topics and re-wording them into everyday language that would make the average person think, "Whoa... that's amazing!"  In my own way, I attempt to do the same thing with simple "seeing what's up" in the night sky: There's Jupiter, here's where to look for Saturn, an interesting double star, etc.  But there are some concepts that just need.... someone else.  

The Nightlight

This blog includes what to see in the night and daytime skies, thoughts on telescopes, binoculars, and other astronomy observing accessories and equipment, plus my own occasional notes on objects I've seen and observed. Oh, and the random theater or other "my take on life" post. In other words, there is always something interesting. Check it out.