September, at this point in the year days are getting shorter (at least in the northern hemisphere) but the star-scape is virtually unchanged. This is the time of the year when you’re getting the most time of darkness, best weather for star gazing, and the most vivid star-scape.
Since I live in Southern California, we have a lot of air pollution and haze blocking our view of the stars. I find that the winter months, mainly January/February have the most clear skies for viewing stars. This also depends on where you live, like andyyea mentioned, September would be optimal, but most likely in an area with low air pollution.
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