Why does it always get cloudy the moment I buy a telescope?
It’s an enduring mystery in the astronomical world, almost as if the universe has a quirky sense of humor. Every time someone buys a telescope, clouds seem to gather as if by magic. While astronomers constantly joke about this phenomenon, the clouds and new telescope purchases uncannily coincide with each other, much to the chagrin of star gazers everywhere. While we understand this may cause cosmic inconvenience, we regret to inform that controlling the weather remains outside our capabilities (for now!). Please be aware that your new telescope may unintentionally attract cloud cover, potentially causing mild annoyance among fellow astronomers. Note: This entry should be taken with a grain of stardust and a hearty chuckle. 🌌😄