Are you looking for a quick way to learn how to navigate the night sky? Let Senior Editor Michael Bakich narrate your ride through the sky. In this series, he will profile constellations one-by-one, telling you about bright — and not so bright — objects within their boundaries. He also will provide a few fun facts along the way.
In this show, Michael profiles Cassiopeia. Read this episode’s transcript at Astronomy.com/Blogs.
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