The Big Dipper (astronomy sky ). Photo by KSMc

The Big Dipper

Uploaded by: KSMc

Saturday April 19, 2014

Ann Arbor, MI (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Late in the evening the Big Dipper was almost over head, over the USA. If you look closely at the second star from the end of the handle you can see the double star Alcor and Mizar. It was a nice clear evening.

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April 19, 2014 Photo Series

About KSMc

KSMc

I am getting settled in Ann Arbor and am enjoying exploring southeast Michigan and sharing some of my photos. Now I have a new camera that I am trying to learn as well as learn to take better photographs. Wunderground is a great opportunity to see great pictures and learn from the rest of you. I always enjoy seeing all the beautiful photo from around the world.Create your own visitor map!

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