Cassiopeia . . . check!  We’re off to a great start on our annual spring night sky scavenger hunt.  I love to hear “Hey, we know these!” as they scramble to be first to spot a favorite.   It began years ago with a simple “find…

Spring Equinox is one of two days each year when Earth is tilted so that the Sun is directly over the equator.  In North America, the days have been growing longer since the Winter Solstice.  Finally, on the Spring (Vernal) Equinox, day is equal to…

Look up tonight and easily find the Heart of the Lion close to the rounding moon.  Bright star Regulus marks the lion’s heart in the constellation Leo.  Although we may see Regulus as the dot at the bottom of a question mark, ancient civilizations saw…