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Saturday: March for Science in Cities Around the World

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Saturday: March for Science in Cities Around the World On the annual Earth Day this Saturday anew event, the March for Science, is a series of marches and
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Apr 20

4 Comets May Be Visible w/ Small Telescopes

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4 Comets May Be Visible w/ Small Telescopes This month, four comets may be visibleto stargazers with small telescopes, and possibly binoculars.Although it is
Glenn A. Walsh
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Apr 12

Astronomical Calendar: 2017 April

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Astronomical Calendar: 2017 April MORE INFO - CLICK ON IMAGE OR LINK --- LIKE THIS POST? - PLEASE SHARE! Link >>>
Glenn A. Walsh
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Apr 1

Public Invited to Search for Planets in Other Star Systems

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Public Invited to Search for Planets in Other Star Systems Last month, NASA opened an Internetweb-site to engage the public in the search for the
Glenn A. Walsh
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Mar 26

Season of Spring Begins Early Monday Morning

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Season of Spring Begins Early Monday Morning The Vernal Equinox, which marks thebeginning of the Season of Spring in the Northern Hemisphere, occurs early
Glenn A. Walsh
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Mar 19

Citizen Science: Help NASA Find 'Planet Nine'

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Citizen Science: Help NASA Find 'Planet Nine' NASA is seeking help from CitizenScientists – that is, regular people who have not trained to be scientists -
Glenn A. Walsh
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Mar 10

Astronomical Calendar: 2017 March

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Astronomical Calendar: 2017 March MORE INFO - CLICK ON IMAGE OR LINK --- LIKE THIS POST? - PLEASE SHARE! Link >>>
Glenn A. Walsh
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Mar 1

Two Dim Comets May Be Visible in a Telescope

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Two Dim Comets May Be Visible in a Telescope At the present time, two dim comets maybe visible in a telescope (and, possibly binoculars), if you knowwhere to
Glenn A. Walsh
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Feb 19

Friday Night's Dim Penumbral Lunar Eclipse w/ Web-Cast

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Friday Night's Dim Penumbral Lunar Eclipse w/ Web-Cast The first eclipse of 2017, during theFull Moon of February, will be a Penumbral (partial) Lunar
Glenn A. Walsh
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Feb 10

Astronomical Calendar: 2017 February

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Astronomical Calendar: 2017 February MORE INFO - CLICK ON IMAGE OR LINK --- LIKE THIS POST? - PLEASE SHARE! Link >>>
Glenn A. Walsh
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Feb 1

working out imaging issues

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josephrome77
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Jan 31

50th Anniversary: NASA's 1st Tragedy of the Space Era

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50th Anniversary: NASA's 1st Tragedy of the Space Era Fifty years ago today (on 1967 January27), NASA experienced the first tragedy of the Space Era when
Glenn A. Walsh
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Jan 27

NASA & the Trump Administration

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NASA & the Trump Administration Unlike several other issues in the U.S.Presidential Election Campaign of last year, not much was discussedregarding Science,
Glenn A. Walsh
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Jan 22

Iconic Radio Telescope to be Moth-Balled?

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Iconic Radio Telescope to be Moth-Balled? A very large and iconic radio telescope in WestVirginia could be shuttered, with the possible loss of NationalScience
Glenn A. Walsh
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Jan 13

Last nights Orion

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Setting up what was to be a sucker hole, figured I could at the least. collimate the HyperStar for the ASI1600. Still had time for testing out the star shape
josephrome77
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Jan 10
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