The Aberration of Starlight Explains Why the Stars "Jump"

In the 1600s, astronomers noticed that the stars seemed to jump in a way that made no sense. During certain months, stars seemed to leap out of place through no phenomenon that they could understand. Then along came James Bradley, who used wind and rain to explain what he called the aberration of starlight. » 8/07/14 8:00am 8/07/14 8:00am