Great Night for Stargazing
If you live in Maryland and are looking to do some stargazing tonight is a GREAT night for it! We’re looking at an overnight low of 40° which is extraordinarily mild for this time of year! On top of that it’s a clear night. The only draw back is that the moon is almost full tonight, but you’ll get some incredible views of the moon if you have a nice pair of binoculars! Jupiter is still high in the sky along with the Crab Nebula to the lower right of the moon. Those three objects are all relatively close to one another and should provide some excellent viewing. As always during the winter the Orion constellation and its brilliant nebula are visible until a couple hours before dawn. This will be, hands down, a great night for some Ball So Hard stargazing! To God be the glory!