Why do stars appear brighter in winter? Jeddah’s astronomer explains

The Jeddah Astronomical Society revealed the reason why the stars appear brighter and brighter in the winter than in the rest of the year. And the Jeddah astronomer said, through her account on “Twitter”: “The stars are observed brighter during winter 2021 when seen with the naked eye compared to the rest of the year.”

“During December, January and February, the part of the Earth we live on faces the outer part of the spiral arm of our galaxy, the Milky Way, so we are looking at less stars, which means less light in the sky, so the stars appear more visible.”

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