"Clear Sight of Neighboring Galaxy"

It's not a secret that we aren't alone in the universe when it comes to other planets and galaxies. The sky has always been a huge perspective for me, especially when it came to life when I was younger. Whenever I was going through a rough time or even now, it's one of my favorite things to do, I always love to stare at the stars and the sky. There's just something about the stars that are comforting to me and being able to daydream about how life is supposed to be for me. 

The Augusta Chronicle tells us, "Anyone with eyes to see can do this. You don’t even need an Smartphone app or pay someone for Internet or TV.You don’t even need binoculars, let alone a telescope. Along with a reasonably dark, clear sky, the average pair of eyes can easily spot the Andromeda Galaxy, commonly listed as “M31.” At around 8 p.m. on an early November night, M31 shines high in the northeast. It is high up in the south around 10 p.m. as seen from mid-northern latitudes; in fact from northeast Pennsylvania where I live, the galaxy is almost overhead at its highest." 

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