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    Just got to step out the back door and look up.

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    Default Re: How many of you can see the Milky Way at night?

    Here in Tampa Bay, a person is lucky to see a 3rd magnitude star. very sad.
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    Default Re: How many of you can see the Milky Way at night?

    In my backyard, barely. 45 minutes north - beautifully. 5 hours to the east - stunningly.

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    Default Re: How many of you can see the Milky Way at night?

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    Actually, I believe those are what is know as mosquito killers. We used to get these in Kentucky when I was a kid. They are kinda freaky looking.
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