"The Bragging Stars Of An Ancient Queen In November's Milky Way"

Scheduled air date: 1998 Nov 02-08

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Cassiopeia rides upside-down above the North Star during evening hours throughout November.  On nights without moonlight, the Milky Way (our own galaxy) can be seen passing through Cassiopeia from due East to due West.  (Shown at 9:00pm for mid-Northern latitudes.)

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