Although I am fascinated by the stars, I’m not terribly good at identifying them. Tonight, though, the moon’s going to help me out. Andrew Fazekas, who writes on the night sky for National Geographic, tells me that tonight, the moon will be hanging out next to Regulus, the brightest star in the Leo constellation. That might just be enough to help me pick Regulus (and Leo himself) out.
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