The Summer Triangle

A trio of apparently similar yet very different stars

The Summer Triangle — Vega, Deneb, and Altair — rising in the east. Image capture by Dale E. Lehman using Stellarium astronomy software.

I hate Daylight Savings Time. Apart from the inconvenience of monkeying with the clocks twice a year, the late sunsets cut into your enjoyment of the night sky, especially if you have to get up for work the next morning. And summer nights offer so many beautiful and inspiring sights.

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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.

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