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What if the Earth Had a Backwards Orbiting Moon?

October 27, 2009 admin 0

Astronomy Beat #34 What If the Earth Had a Backwards-Orbiting Moon: The Art and Science of “What If?” Questions (PDF, 692 KB) by Neil F. Comins (University of Maine) Click on the link above to view the pdf, or right-click (PC)/control-click (Mac) the link to download the file to your [Read More…]

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Is There Life Out There?

October 21, 2009 admin 0

Dr. Laurance Doyle from the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute and Dr. John Keller from Cal Poly discuss the possibility of life on other planets. You can click PLAY on the audio player below or download the MP3 file. Download the MP3 file here.

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The Discovery of the First Gravitational Lenses

October 7, 2009 admin 0

Astronomy Beat #33 The Discovery of the First Gravitational Lenses (PDF, 1.3 MB)by Ray Weymann (Staff Member Emeritus, Carnegie Observatories) Click on the link above to view the pdf, or right-click (PC)/control-click (Mac) the link to download the file to your computer. Adobe Reader is required to view Astronomy Beat. [Read More…]

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ISS Tour

October 2, 2009 admin 0

This is a FOUR-PART video series that takes you on a complete tour of the International Space Station, guided by a NASA astronaut and filmed in the summer of 2009. Enjoy!

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Cal Star Sept 2009

September 25, 2009 admin 0

Cal Star is a great 4 day event that my father and I (Chris) always have fun at. Lake San Antonio is not the greatest place for star parties but it works well. There are plenty of things to do both day and night. We usually bring swim trunks, bikes, [Read More…]

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Past Events for CCAS

April 25, 2009 admin 0

Get the latest information on space exploration events happening worldwide, including current and upcoming NASA missions, news about the International Space Station, star gazing reports, and other astronomical resource information. Check out past events hosted by the CCAS: The Search for Life in the Universe NASA Kepler Mission: Detection of [Read More…]