Take a look at the video for an idea of where to find the planets in both your morning and evening sky. We may have some cloud cover to contend with Saturday night, but Sunday is shaping up to be perfect for gazing.
News of the week: Research is coming back that there are as many planets as stars in outer space. Every time you look up at the dark sky and see a star, imagine a planet rotating around it. In terms of numbers, this would mean around 100 billion planets in just our own Milky Way.
Question is, with all those planets out there is there any life on them?
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