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Sky Happenings In January, 2018
January 10, 2018 · Be The First To Comment

      The Great Square of Pegasus sets in the western sky. Taurus, the Bull, is almost overhead.  Dazzling Orion, the Hunter is high in the southeast, with his two dogs behind him.  Sirius, the Big Dog Star, is the brightest star we ever see at night.  Leo, the Lion, rises in the east.  […]

Sky Happenings: This Month’s Eclipse And Much, Much More!
August 8, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

  Total Solar Eclipse   The New Moon of Monday, August 21 casts its shadow onto the Earth, causing a total solar eclipse!  And this time, the Moon casts its shadow across the USA, allowing Americans to join in the experience much more easily than in recent memory.  (The last total eclipse visible form the contiguous […]

Once in a Red Supermoon: Watch Sunday’s rare lunar eclipse at the George Observatory
September 25, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

Our moon goes by many different names depending on the season and its position relative to the Earth. The evening of Sunday, Sept. 27, it will become three identities at once, an exceptionally rare occurrence. For the first time in 33 years, Earth will witness a total eclipse of the moon at its perigee near […]

Seeing Stars with James Wooten: Total Lunar Eclipse this Month
September 2, 2015 · 2 Comments

Saturn is now in the southwestern sky at dusk. It outshines the stars around it, so it’s also easy to see.  Mars is a little higher in the morning sky this month. Look for it low in the east at dawn. Mars remains dimmer then average, though, and won’t rival the brighter stars until next […]



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