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noun as in observer of stars

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The telescope comes with a stargazer guide and moon map for amateurs to easily make new discoveries.

No outburst is expected this year, and the moon isn’t totally cooperating, but stargazers should still be able to see plenty of streaks in the sky if they’re patient.

Here are some celestial objects that stargazers have suspected of dodging their telescopes over the years.

All accounts come from civilizations in the northern hemisphere, even though stargazers in South America, Africa, and Australia had a clearer view of the galactic disk—a front row seat to stellar explosions.

Alan Duffy, the lead scientist at the Royal Institution of Australia, recommends that stargazers hoping to get a clear view of both Jupiter and Saturn might want to look west before then.

She is also the co-founder of the Stargazer Foundation, which provides free online tools for nonprofits.

He rode sidewise and swaying, crooning a gay little saddle song; to which Stargazer, his horse, twitched back an inquiring ear.

Ticket dashed into the lead, but Stargazer soon assumed command, with Berlin forcing the pace at his side.

On went Stargazer, his dazzling pace tearing at the hearts of those who attempted to follow it.

Because it made me mad to see a stargazer like that turning your head.

Did you ever read of the stargazer who fell into an open well at the street corner?


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stargazer, such as: astronomer, astrologer, and daydreamer.

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