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Waxing Gibbous

Earths natural satellite, Luna, in it's Waxing Gibbous phase.

Partial Eclipse 2017

Maximum coverage from Morgantown, WV

Total Solar Eclipse Montage

A montage of the eclipse as seen from Glenrock, WY

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MY STORY Stories From Our Members

My Love Affair With Space

by Darryell Randle

November 17, 2016

My love affair with space begun by falling in love with Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica and Star Trek. I was enthralled with these shows, so I begun to read and research more about space and space travel and it made space that much more real for me.

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Making the best of it

by Wylie Ott

November 17, 2016

When I was 10 I was in 7th grade in San Diego. Schools were overcrowded - at my school, Junior High was mornings, and High School was in afternoons - so I had all my afternoons free. Both my parents worked, and there were no other kids around where I lived. Trying to find a way to spend afternoons, I found the school library, and the first book I tried was Space Cadet by Robert Heinlein. I was captivated for life - Asimov, Bradbury, LeGuin, Clarke, Crichton, and so many others! The one real regret I have (I'm 72 now) ... more »

My Dad, my brother and the stars

by Tony Dennis

November 17, 2016

Our Dad worked at Wright Patterson Air Force base in Dayton, Ohio and took us to the annual air show. He taught us to always look up and thrill in the exploration of the skies. As the bug took hold of both my brother and I we realized that we needed more so we looked into buying a telescope for our back yard. The cost of a telescope was too much for a couple of poor young boys, but the price of some components was not too bad.

With my brother, Nick as the lead, we spent many hours in the ... more »

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