Hey, apl, what say we enjoy fall first?
How late were you up?
msh said:Anyway, if you are a night owl, you can see about 75% of the constellations visible in your location on any given night. You just have to stay up all night
Or live in the Arctic/Antarctic circle, that works too . . .
Orion is amongst the minority that walks around the sun every year.
That depends on your latitude. If you at the North or South Pole, you get all the same stars every night.
Because night lasts for a season, schmartypants.