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Since 1989, nearly 3,500 extra solar planets orbiting other stars have been confirmed in our immediate vicinity in our vast home galaxy, the Milky Way.... [Read More]
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Since 1989 there's been nearly 3,500 confirmed extra solar planets orbiting other stars, just in our immediate vicinity, our vast home galaxy, the Milky Way.... [Read More]
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Since 1989, there have been nearly 3,500 confirmed extrasolar planets orbiting other stars, just in our immediate vicinity — our vast home galaxy, the Milky... [Read More]
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This is the last weekend of spring 2017. Just as Steve Miller sang in the rock classic "Fly like an Eagle" in 1976 ... "Time... [Read More]
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This is the last weekend of spring 2017. Arguably, weather-wise, summer has already begun, but astronomically, it officially kicks off Tuesday at 11:24 p.m. We... [Read More]
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This is the last weekend of spring. Just as Steve Miller sang in the rock classic "Fly like an Eagle" in 1976, "Time keeps on... [Read More]
Hearst Television participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on purchases made through our links to retailer sites. [Read More]
Last month in Starwatch, I told you about the zodiac band that runs through the night sky. Because the Earth and the planets all orbit... [Read More]
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Last month, I told you about the zodiac band that runs through the night sky. Because the Earth and the planets all orbit the sun... [Read More]
Last month in Starwatch I told you about the zodiac band that runs through the night sky. Because the Earth and the planets all orbit... [Read More]
Four out of the five brightest stars currently seen from Pottsville are readily visible in the celestial dome. Of course, the sun is our brightest... [Read More]
Four of the five brightest stars currently seen from Earth are readily visible in the celestial dome. Of course the sun is our brightest and... [Read More]
Four out of the five brightest stars currently seen from Rochester are readily visible in the celestial dome. Of course the sun is our brightest... [Read More]
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