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Ray Sanders

Ray Sanders is currently studying astrophysics at Arizona State University’s School of Earth and Space Exploration. He is currently researching variable stars, and volunteers at ASU’s “Astronomy Open House”. You can read more of Ray’s work at his “Dear Astronomer” blog.

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Night Sky Guide for Summer 2012

Posted 2012/05/11 11:14 CDT | 0 comment

This summer should provide great opportunities for stargazers to view planets, meteor showers, the transit of Venus, and for some, the annular solar eclipse. Check out these highlights of what you can look forward to this summer.

Make an Impact with Yuri's Night 2012!

Posted 2012/03/12 06:59 CDT | 0 comment

Yuri's Night events combine space-themed partying with education and outreach.

What's Up in the Winter Sky

Posted 2011/11/18 10:34 CST | 0 comment

The warm days and cool evenings of fall are giving way to cold days and colder nights. For many amateur astronomers, observing during winter is a bit of a challenge - clouds, dew, ice, and of course, the cold.

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