You look up this past week?

You have time to see that night sky?
Pluto! We found it about 90 years ago. 76 years later we decided it wasn’t a planet. Pluto still hasn’t made one orbit around the sun since being discovered.  2178 is when that happens.

The funny thing is we complain about the lack of time, but it’s just a lack of direction.  
Without the right direction, you may fall right on Uranus.

Southern horizon evening sky in Philadelphia showing planets Jupiter, Saturn, Pluto and the moon
September night sky in the North East

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