This is a short video to help you find the constellation Scorpius.
Celestial objects have looked down on every event that has affected humanity; times of conflict or celebration, times of famine or plenty, times of disease or vitality.
Milky-Way.Kiwi reunites across the hemispheres to talk about the night sky. We are all in lock down but looking at the same sky.
What’s in the sky this month of the year you wonder? So did we and since we are locked inside our houses — or at least some of us are, we wanted to take you stargazing with us — virtually.
April is an amazing month, that ancients dedicated to the goddess Aphrodite and is also the Global Month of Astronomy.
Instructions for looking up in December 2019
Prepare your telescopes, we have two amazing planets to observe. If you don’t have telescopes, join us at Space Place at Carter Observatory where we have telescope viewings every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday nights clear […]
This short video shows how to find the galaxy, Centaurus A, which is also known as NGC 5128. This galaxy is very bright and should be easy to spot.
This is a short video on how to find Omega Centauri.
A great reason to look up at the night sky is that you might see a supernova like the the one that Albert Jones spotted in 1987.
The evening sky is mostly devoid of visible planetary landscapes, with the exception of Mars and Jupiter late in the morning and Uranus and Neptune throughout most of the night (which you will need a telescope to see).
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