Actually, she's right, for once.
A winter constellation IS in the sky during the summer. Of course, it's there during the daytime so we can't see it.
Nancy's latest babble. Joo have been warned.
For those of you who do not want your heads to explode --
She says basically that winter constellations are in the nighttime sky in the summer, but you cannot see them due to "light pollution" and the same with summer constellations in the nighttime winter sky.
(OK, let me just make one thing perfectly clear. I DO NOT believe any of Nancy's beliefs. However, I'd rather debunk her mistakes, not what she happens to get right.)
I didn't see where she said that the winter constellations are in the summer nighttime sky. She's just saying that a constellation overhead in winter can be seen in the nighttime sky in the summer, which is true.
(I thought I needed to edit this, but I realized that Nancy's poor sentence structure just had me confused for a minute.)
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