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Astrology book urges youngsters to look up at the night sky

A Canton author has written a new book exploring the basic fundamentals of the zodiac. "In the Night Sky" is a guide for young readers to understand the night sky, the constellations and astrology through trivia, puzzles and stories. Todd Moe spoke with author Rayne Storm.

Rayne Storm will sign copies of her new book this Saturday, 1-3 pm, at the Brewer Bookstore in Canton.  Go to full article
Animation of changing positions of Uranus and Jupiter Fall 2010. Click image for full size.
Animation of changing positions of Uranus and Jupiter Fall 2010. Click image for full size.

Lots to see in the night sky

Venus, Jupiter, the Square of Pegasus and the Circle of Picses are just a few of the highlights in the night sky this time of year. St. Lawrence University Physics Professor Aileen O'Donoghue was in the NCPR studios this morning to tell Martha Foley where to find them, and what else to look for.  Go to full article

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