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A Perseid meteor streaks across Springfield, Vermont's early morning sky. (photo: Sky and Telescope)
A Perseid meteor streaks across Springfield, Vermont's early morning sky. (photo: Sky and Telescope)

The night sky during the "Dog Days of Summer"

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On clear nights, there's always something to see when you look up. St. Lawrence University astronomer Aileen O'Donoghue joins Todd Moe in the studio to talk about what's up in the night sky during the Dog Days of Summer. Venus is a bright evening star, while Jupiter is the brightest star-like point in the morning sky.

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Todd Moe
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