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In July and August, the bright center of the Milky Way becomes visible from the Northern Hemisphere, but only in dark-sky locations and without strong moonlight. Most North Americans and Europeans miss this sight due to light pollution. The Milky Way is visible from March to September in the Northern Hemisphere and for a longer period in the Southern Hemisphere. Visibility times vary by latitude, generally early morning from March to June and evening from July to early October.

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