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UK Astronomy Professor Discusses What To Expect On Eclipse Day
LEX18 Lexington KY News
LEXINGTON, Ky (LEX 18) With the solar eclipse just around the corner, a UK astronomy professor who has traveled the world to see solar eclipses sat down with LEX 18 to describe what people should expect to see on August 21. "A total eclipse of the sun ...


Telegraph.co.uk

Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2017 shortlist
Telegraph.co.uk
The following photos are shortlisted in 2017's Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year. The awards will be announced on September 14, and the exhibition opens September 16 at The Royal Observatory Greenwich. A stargazer observes the constellation ...
Spectacular images of the Northern Lights, Milky Way and starry skies revealed in shortlist of the Astronomy ...The Sun

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SYFY WIRE (blog)

The Great American Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017 (Part 2)
SYFY WIRE (blog)
[Yesterday, I posted part 1 of this article, describing what an eclipse is, how they happen, and where you have to go to see it. Read that first. But there's still a lot to know! In today's article, Part 2, I'll talk about how to safely observe it ...
Local Astronomer Shares Tips for Viewing Solar EclipseTAPinto.net
The August solar eclipse: There's an app for thatCBS News
Want to watch August's total solar eclipse from 35000 feet?Los Angeles Times
Smithsonian
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MLive.com

July Star Party, Astronomy Day set for Sleeping Bear Dunes
MLive.com
EMPIRE - Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is prepping to celebrate its Astronomy Day this Saturday, July 29, pairing it with an evening star party for an extra celestial perk. Family activities begin at the park's sprawling Dune Climb at 3 p.m ...
Learn about the night sky during event at Sleeping Bear Dunes National LakeshoreUpNorthLive.com

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Sci-News.com

Astronomers Spot Most Distant Superluminous Supernova Yet
Sci-News.com
“Supernovae are important in the evolution of galaxies because their explosions enrich the interstellar gas from which new stars form with elements heavier than helium (which astronomers call 'metals'),” said Dr. Yen-Chen Pan, a postdoctoral researcher ...

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