Category: Space Science

November Astronomy Almanac

November Astronomy Almanac

Posted: October 31, 2015| Categories: Observing, Planetarium News, Skywatch Almanac Astronomy, Space Science, StarGazing, Uncategorized

Early risers enjoy the planets and the Moon Astronomy Highlights November sees a return to Standard Time, (on the 1st), and starts with a the continuing display of the morning planets Venus, Mars, and Jupiter. Through the month they will spread apart, but remain in view. Saturn starts the month… Read More
October Astronomy Almanac

October Astronomy Almanac

Posted: October 1, 2015| Categories: Observing, Planetarium News, Skywatch Almanac Astronomy, Space Science, StarGazing

Astronomy Highlights October nights lengthen, welcoming a great view of the Milky Way arched from southwest to northeast, its subtle beauty anchored by the Summer Triangle in the southwest, and the rising star Capella in the northeast. Saturn sinks low into the southwest through the month, but it is the… Read More
September Astronomy Highlights

September Astronomy Highlights

Posted: September 3, 2015| Categories: Observing, Planetarium News, Skywatch Almanac Astronomy, Space Science, StarGazing

A Total Lunar Eclipse of the Harvest Moon Earlier evenings feature the Big Dipper sinking lower into the northwestern skies, while the broad, faint path of the Milky Way arches from northeast to southwest.  The Summer Triangle lingers above, while the eastern skies are relatively absent of bright stars.  Saturn… Read More

Star Struck: Space Missions

Posted: April 9, 2015| Categories: Planetarium News, Space Science

Fairbanks educator Bobby Farlice-Rubio invites you to go on a mission into space in this month’s Star Struck on WCAX. Star Struck: Space Missions… Read More