Practical astronomy is almost always COLD, so stargazing from the comfort of your own chair / bed is definitely an idea with merit.
Astroguy Terry Bridges is spreading the word about some remote observing projects which let anyone with an internet connection (and, presumably a working computer) get involved with Galilean Nights observations.
Says Terry: “We’ve got six facilities around the world, including live webcasts, so I’d love to have people know about it.”
So, the link to click is this one:
here –> http://www.galileannights.org/remote_observing.html <– here.
Why are you still reading? Click on it, already!
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