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The Celestial Sea
November 28, 2011 · 3 Comments

As you look up into a November sky right at nightfall, you may notice fewer bright stars than at other times of year. No, it’s not just the glare from Houston hiding most of the stars from view–there really are fewer bright stars in the November evening sky than in, say, February or August. To […]

Go Stargazing! May Edition
May 4, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: Elsie esq. Saturn is now in the south southeast at dusk.  We are seeing its rings a little more edge on than earlier in the year.  In fact, Saturn’s rings won’t be this edge-on to us for another 15 years.  Saturn, like Earth, is tilted on its axis (at 26.7 degrees, Saturn’s tilt […]

Go Stargazing! April Edition
April 5, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Saturn, up all night long last month, can now be found in the east southeast at dusk.  We are seeing its rings a little more edge on than earlier in the year, an effect that gets even more pronounced next month. Venus keeps getting higher in the evening sky during the month of April.  Face west at […]

Webisode: Space Glasses! [Hubble 3D]
March 5, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

For nearly 20 years, the Hubble Space Telescope has dazzled us with unprecedented views of the cosmos—from the splendor of our celestial neighborhood to galaxies billions of light years away. A new IMAX film, Hubble 3D is blasting off at HMNS on Mar. 19. Be sure to look at some of the amazing photos of the universe around us, […]



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