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Fall Astronomy Day 2018

Curious about astronomy? No plans for Saturday? Well, you’re in luck! Saturday October 13 is Fall Astronomy Day and your local amateur astronomical community has all sorts of fun things in store for you.

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2018-10-12T18:08:01Z
Some Stars Around Galaxy May Be From Elsewhere

Data from the Gaia satellite reveal 20 new high-speed stars, 13 of which appear to have originated outside of the Milky Way.

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2018-10-12T14:00:13Z
This Week’s Sky at a Glance, October 12 – 20

Mars and Saturn are the two planets of the evening sky this week, the brightest points of light in the south. The Moon passes them both.

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2018-10-12T09:24:48Z
Blast from the Past in Today’s Sky

Astronomers think they have identified the remnant of a supernova recorded by Chinese astronomers in AD 386.

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2018-10-11T13:39:58Z
How Dark Is Your Night Sky?

Traditional and digital tools can help you learn the naked-eye magnitude limit of your sky and find out if the darkness has changed at your observing site.

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2018-10-10T18:00:53Z
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