Glenn Chaple's observing basics: Surf the skies
February 2008: The web is your cloudy night haven, allowing access to literally hundreds of astronomy-related web sites.
February 1, 2008
|Backyard astronomers universally revile clouds. Where I live in the northeastern United States, overcast skies are often the rule. Thankfully, I've learned clouds don't have to bring my astronomical pursuits to a halt.|
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