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Don’t forget to look up at our nightly sky

Greetings, stargazers.

Thanks for reading my first Thursday column. Although the nights are very short as we approach the summer solstice, there still are lots of things to see after it gets dark.

Last month, I talked about the constellation Virgo and mentioned the numerous galaxies within its borders. Most of those galaxies are...


Charles Hakes is an assistant professor in the physics and engineering department at Fort Lewis College and is director of the Fort Lewis Observatory. He can be reached at hakes_c@fortlewis.edu

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