One of my favorite things to do when I'm on a camping trip is star gaze. I don't use a telescope or any of those star gazing apps; rather I take in all of those glistening dots and enjoy the rare moments I get to actually experience the night sky. After I've had my moment, that's when I'll try my hand at naming the constellations. And I'll usually get them wrong.
Readers in the Pacific Northwest and certain portions of the midwest will understand: You hear of an awesome celestial event, set your alarm, wake at 3am, run outside, and it's all clouds as far as the eye can see. Galileo saw moons orbiting Jupiter with just his crummy telescope, but you can't even make out Orion with all the light pollution. Where the heck do you look when you want to even try to find a constellation? You look in the App Store, silly.