Cloudy nights are all bad for stargazing. But not all clear night are the same. Some are better for observing the Moon and planets, others are better for seeing faint galaxies and nebulae. After this short lesson you will know how to tell the difference between the two. This will help you plan your stargazing sessions, use your time more efficiently, and see more with your binoculars and telescopes.
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