How are stars like false teeth?

They come out at night (yes a VERY old joke)

It’s worthwhile to get up early this weekend. You’ll see a light show that we’ve been talking about since the 5th century. In the morning sky, you’ll see Mercury, Mars; and thorough the night, the brightest spots: Venus, Saturn and Jupiter. Get off the couch and see more than just Uranus. (sorry, had to) Which BTW was the first planet discovered with a telescope back in 1781. It was thought to be a comet. See, you learned something today.

Look what you can see this weekend

Published by Carekid

random thoughts of all the fun, the pain and the problems of "caring more"

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