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The dazzling, springtime zodiacal lights, which form a pyramid-shaped glow in the sky, will emerge from March 14 to 28...
The phenomenon occurs twice a year—once in the fall before sunrise (when it's known as false dawn), and once in the spring about an hour after sunset (when it's known as elusive dusk). Both of the times that it occurs, it's due to sunlight being reflected off dust particles in between the planets. It's so bright and widespread that you don't even need a telescope to see it,