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Astronomy

Looking Skyward

Mars is a big show in the night sky this month, and there's a lunar eclipse coming soon. Martha Foley talks with St. Lawrence University astronomer Aileen O'Donoghue about the May night sky.  Go to full article

What's Up in the Spring Night Sky?

Martha Foley talks with St. Lawrence University Astronomer Aileen O'Donoghue about spring star gazing. It's time to say farewell to Orion and hello to Leo.  Go to full article

Starlight, Star Bright: Venus, Mars and Jupiter in the Late Winter Night Sky

Martha Foley talks with St. Lawrence University astronomer Aileen O'Donoghue.  Go to full article

January's Night Sky

It was another clear morning, with bright stars in the eastern and western skies. Martha Foley talks with St. Lawrence University astronomer Dr. Aileen O'Donoghue.  Go to full article

The Winter Night Sky: Venus and Mother O'Ryan

Anyone who was up and looking east this morning could not have missed a spectacular site: the crescent moon and Venus. Martha Foley talks with St. Lawrence University...  Go to full article

The November Night Sky: Planets, Stars and Meteor Showers!

This week's Leonid meteor shower may be the largest such display until the end of the century, with hundreds of meteors visible in the night sky....  Go to full article

Natural Selections: Asteroids

Asteroids have left their mark on the earth and moon, but how big do they need to be in order to make it through the earth's atmosphere?  Go to full article

Great Lakes Radio Consortium: Women Astronomers

Astronomy historically has been dominated by men, but women have left their mark over the years. A new planetarium show is trying to shine a little light on advances in...  Go to full article

Light Pollution: Taking Back the Night Sky

The invention of electric lights at the end of the 19th Century ended the ancient tyranny of darkness over our lives. Turning on the lights at night has allowed us to make...  Go to full article

Narural Selections: Meteors

What can you tell about meteors from how they look? Find out what they're made of with Martha Foley and Dr. Curt Stager.  Go to full article

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