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I know you’re all thinking about the Orionid meteor shower this weekend, but take a few minutes to get moonstruck as we celebrate International Observe the Moon Night tonight. The moon may be for lovers, but I long ago fell in love with the orb itself. It’s a completely alien celestial body and yet so…

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Wanna watch a rocket launch to Mercury? It happens tonight when the joint European-Japanese BepiColombo mission blasts off at 8:45 p.m. (Central Time) from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana. Live transmission starts a half-hour before at 8:15 p.m. See it happen before your eyes here. This is Europe’s first mission to Mercury and comes on the heels…

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Used to be astronomers thought the Milky Way was all there was. Just one enormous galaxy filled with everything in space. American astronomer Edwin Hubble turned that view on its head, proving that galaxies external to the Milky Way were a thing. Moreover, these galaxies gathered into small groups which gathered into clusters. Multiple clusters…

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The Orionids, a minor but always reliable meteor shower, peaks this coming weekend. Under a dark sky you can up to 15 meteors an hour and sometimes more. Because Orion doesn’t really crest the horizon until midnight, the best viewing times begin a couple hours before dawn. This year, when the constellation culminates in the…

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  Some people see a paper boat, others a goat, some a sloppy triangle and others the mischievous grin of the Cheshire Cat. Whatever we behold in the curious constellation of Capricornus, I was just happy for clear skies to see it last night. Two weeks of cloudy nights have been too much for this star-craved…

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