The Stars That Never Set

Exploring the northern circumpolar constellations

Image capture by Dale E. Lehman using Stellarium astronomy software.

Most stars in the night sky are invisible for part of the year. During those times, they rise and set during daylight hours, lost in the sunlight scattered by our atmosphere. But some stars never set. Hidden in the blue every day, they twinkle in the dark every night. These are the circumpolar stars, those stars closest to the north and…

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Dale E. Lehman

Dale E. Lehman

Award-winning author of mysteries, science fiction, humor, and more. Get “The Fibonacci Murders” free: https://www.daleelehman.com/free-ebook-offer.