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Smile Skywatching... May will be a good month for meteors, moons and comets!

OK, I know we have Covid, economic pandemonium, and now we even have "murder hornets" that are killing honey bees, but we also have a great month for watching meteor showers, starting tomorrow.

Take your mind off all the crap we are dealing with in the world and look to the skies this month.

Sometimes its just the simple things that are the best. Holding hands with a loved one, a smile, or just wondering about a shooting star.

Enjoy the heavens this month, the night sky will put on a good show.
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