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Sky events for October 2016
October 6, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

1st Quarter October 8, 11:33pm Full October 15, 11:23pm 3rd Quarter October 22, 2:14pm New October 30, 12:38pm   This star map shows the Houston sky at 10 pm CDT on October 1, 9 pm CDT on October 15, and 8 pm CDT on October 31.  To use the map, put the direction you are facing […]

Comet Pan-STARRS is here! Catch a glimpse tonight at twilight — it’s kind of a big deal
March 12, 2013 · Be The First To Comment

During the next few weeks, Comet Pan-STARRS will grace our skies as a naked-eye comet. As its name indicates, astronomers discovered this comet on June 6, 2011, using the Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System, a planned array of telescopes in Hawaii. This array’s primary mission is to detect near-Earth objects (comets and asteroids […]



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