Say goodbye to winter as the night sky shifts to spring

We have reached that particular time of year when the sky is in transition and we are about to turn the page, so to speak, from the glorious stars and constellations of winter to the somewhat dimmer stars of spring.

And the farewell to those bright winter lights will be pretty quick, in part because of the increasing duration of daylight. Indeed, from early February to early May, the duration of daylight hours increases by an average of 2.7 minutes per day; nearly 20 minutes a week.

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