Mike Lynch's Minnesota StarWatch
Mike Lynch is Minnesota’s most popular amateur astronomer and instructor. He has been leading stargazing classes for more than 30 years as well as writing a weekly astronomy column for the "St. Paul Pioneer Press". In his other life, Mike has been a meteorologist and popular radio personality at WCCO Radio for 23 years. Now with "Mike Lynch’s Minnesota StarWatch" you can easily pick up what thousands of Minnesotans, ages 12 and up, have learned in his popular stargazing classes. You won’t find a more enthusiastic guide to the night sky than Mike Lynch and you won’t find a better guidebook to our night sky than "Mike Lynch’s Minnesota Star Watch".
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