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The Sky This Week

The Sky This Week, 2011 February 8 - 15

Longer days, bright Moon and bright stars.

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The Sky This Week, 2011 January 18 - 25

The "Old Moon" for the New Year, and exploring a stellar nursery.

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The Sky This Week, 2011 January 11 - 18

The days are getting longer, and the weather on Jupiter and Saturn heats up!

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The Sky This Week, 2010 December 21 - 31

Our annual Homage to Clement Clark Moore

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The Sky This Week, 2010 December 14 - 21

A lunar eclipse, the Winter Solstice, and icy planet atmospheres heat up.

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The Sky This Week, 2010 December 7 - 14

Mercury's last evening stand, bright stars in Moonshine

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The Sky This Week, 2010 November 30 - December 7

Mercury at elongation, earliest sunset, and a great morning "photo-op".

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The Sky This Week, 2010 November 23 - 30

A Blue Moon Primer, Thanksgiving and the Sky.

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The Sky This Week, 2010 November 16 - 23

The Beaver Moon, Falling Leaves, and a Planet in Bloom

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The Sky This Week, 2010 November 9 - 16

Seven Sisters, Winter Stars, Dawn Greeters

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The Sky This Week, 2010 November 2 - 7

Crescent Moons in the morning and evening, and don't forget to set your clocks!

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The Sky This Week, 2010 October 26 - November 2

Counting stars, Ghostly ghouls, and Galilean moons

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The Sky This Week, 2010 October 5 - 12

Triangles, Squares, Jupiter, and a Comet!

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The Sky This Week, 2010 September 28 - October 5

Planets going, planets coming, and autumn skies at their best.

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