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Sharing the Sun with Your Community
Sharing the Sun with Your Community
On a sunny day I might take one of my telescopes down to a busy sidewalk in my town, park the car, unload and aim a solar safe telescope at the Sun.Read More...
Part 1: The Solar System and the Universe - Yours to Explore
Part 1: The Solar System and the Universe - Yours to Explore
Picture yourself joined together with astronomers and other cosmic-minded people sharing in the excitement of space, exploring cosmic treasures, pondering your own place in the Universe, and celebrating astronomy events all over the planet Earth.Read More...
Holding Hands With Galileo
Holding Hands With Galileo
All you need is basic binoculars to see Jupiter and its four largest moons as Galileo did 400 years ago.Read More...
So Long, Saturn:  Hello Moon, Venus, Mercury and Mars
So Long, Saturn: Hello Moon, Venus, Mercury and Mars
Saturn is at conjunction with the sun in early September. This means that Saturn nearly disappears behind the sun for a few days. By late September, however, Saturn emerges from behind the sun and can be seen in the early morning sky.Read More...
Three Planets Charm the Sky This Week
Three Planets Charm the Sky This Week
A trio of planets, all visited by NASA/JPL robotic missions, are is visible in the summer sky this week.Read More...
Watch Mars Buzz Past a Swarm of Stars May 22-26
Watch Mars Buzz Past a Swarm of Stars May 22-26
NASA's Mars Phoenix lands on the Red Planet's north polar plain on May 25th. As a bonus, Mars is easy to see in the early evening sky right now.Read More...
Make Your Own Cassini Presentations
Make Your Own Cassini Presentations
Load up with all kinds of Saturn data to show the public, friends and family.Read More...
Viewing Saturn in 2007
Viewing Saturn in 2007
January through July 2007 are the best months to view Saturn this year.Read More...
Planning a School Star Party
Planning a School Star Party
An excellent addition to any science classroom curriculum is a star party.Read More...
The Night Sky Network
The Night Sky Network
A partnership of amateur astronomy clubs.Read More...
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