Lewis McCool

Treasures hide inside the faint Coma Berenices

Greetings, stargazers.

I hope you have been having better clear-sky observing opportunities than me. Recently, my free evenings have been appallingly coincident with overcast skies.

Last month, I wrote about Cancer. Although it is one of the dimmest constellations, most people have heard about it because it is part of the...

Charles Hakes is an assistant professor in the physics and engineering department at Fort Lewis College and is director of the Fort Lewis Observatory. He can be reached at hakes_c@fortlewis.edu

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