April 8, 2013
The night’s Ursa Major and Ursa Minor are disguised as the big and little dippers in our spring sky. Look to the north and northeast around 9 p.m. this month to locate the seven twinkly stars of each dipper.
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The celestial Bears, Ursa Major and Ursa Minor, are coming out of their winter hibernation and can be seen parading around the north celestial pole this month.