Legally Blind Astronomer In Nova Scotia Sees Stars Better Than Most People

Tim Doucette is legally blind, yet he sees the stars better than most people. A childhood diagnosis of congenital cataracts forced doctors to remove Doucette’s lenses and widen his pupils.

That left the amateur astronomer with only about 10 percent of his eyesight, but it also allows his pupils to pick up more light at night.

You’ve never seen the night sky quite like Doucette.