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Jay Pasachoff

Jay Pasachoff

Jay M. Pasachoff is the Field Memorial Professor of Astronomy; Director of Hopkins Observatory; and Chair of the Astronomy Department at Williams College.

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From Earth to the Edge of the Universe: A New Edition of “The Cosmos”

01/21/2014 | 30:50
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Astronomers Jay Pasachoff and Alex Filippenko join us for a conversation about their newest version of their monumental textbook, "The Cosmos." Emily Lakdawalla helps us say good morning to the just-awakened Rosetta spacecraft, while Bill Nye is fascinated and puzzled by what looks like a jelly doughnut on the Martian surface.

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More Venus transits in 2012

Posted 2012/06/07 04:44 CDT | 3 comments

A transit of Venus as seen from Jupiter may be observed by Hubble on September 20 and a transit of Venus as seen from Saturn will be observed by Cassini on December 21.

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