Here is a nice collection of upcoming astronomical events during 2014 from Universe Today.
On Friday 6 December, Joseph Carro conducted a star party for students of Georgia Brown Elementary School of Paso Robles. Three adults and eleven children enjoyed viewing the Moon, and the planet Venus. The night was clear, and several constellations were visible from a parking lot near Cuesta College. The [Read More…]
In this edition of The Universe in the Classroom, learn about the starring role of gravity in the real life of astronauts and their work in space. In the fall of 2013, peoples imagination was captured by the movie Gravity. Though many of the plot elements were unrealistic, overall the [Read More…]
Key Stars For observers at mid-northern latitudes, the Pleiades star cluster is due south around 10 P.M. local time. Above it is Perseus, flanked by Auriga and Cassiopeia. Orion can be found above the southeastern horizon, and between it and the celestial pole glitters Capella. High in the east are [Read More…]