Orion Bidding Goodbye

With clear skies tonight, stargazing fans ought to take time to wave goodbye to a winter favorite, the constellation of Orion.


It is low in the western sky after sunset. By mid-May, it will be too close to the setting sun to be visible and won’t be visible again until we see it emerge in the eastern dawn in late August and September.

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