If you see any “stars” whizzing by this spring, they are certainly not stars. They could be meteors, but more likely, a cascade of fireflies. One time while looking at the stars I had one of them INSIDE my reflecting telescope’s tube (a firefly- not a star!). That brightened up my view!Fireflies, or lightning bugs, seem to be more common in June, at least where I live. It’s an amazing sight in a starry night to have the stars above, and the fireflies lit […]

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