10 Reasons You Should Go Camping Right Now

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Look up at the winter sky on a clear night. The brilliance of the stars is breathtaking. James Sowell, an astronomer in the School of Physics, weighs in on why stargazing is so beautiful in the winter. "There are more brighter stars in the quarter of the sky that we call the winter sky. Plus, cold air holds less moisture than the warmer summer air, making the nights clearer. So, faint stars that may go unseen during the summer nights may be more visible," Sowell says. So take Sowell's advice, grab your tent, and get out there! Or just come to Public Nights at the Georgia Tech Observatory. The next one is on Feb 22.

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College of Sciences, School of Physics

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Physics and Physical Sciences
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James Sowell, School of Physics, stargazing, stars, astronomy, Georgia Tech Observatory, College of Sciences
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  • Created On: Jan 26, 2018 - 10:25am
  • Last Updated: Jan 26, 2018 - 2:12pm