Live from Woodhaven – Gordon Hansen

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Explore the night sky from Woodhaven with Gordon Hansen.   Cover image: The Trifid Nebula (M20, NGC 6514) is a starforming emission and reflection nebula, with an open star Ccuster, in the constellation Sagittarius.

Remote Viewing Live from New Mexico with Brian Ottum

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Dr. Brian Ottum is a member of the University Lowbrows. Brian will show you deep-sky objects via his remotely controlled telescope located at Dark Sky New Mexico. If we're lucky, Brian will be able to track an Earth-orbiting satellite! Brian Continue reading →

Remote Solar Viewing Live – Awni Hafedh

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Awni Hafedh of the University Lowbrow Astronomers will be live-streaming H-alpha views of the Sun. Note: Solar observing requires clear skies - if the skies are cloudy, you may wish to watch from our selection of videos about the Sun.

Remote Solar Viewing Live – Paul Goelz

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Paul Goelz of the Warren Astronomical Society will be live-streaming white-light views of the Sun and Venus. Note: Solar observing requires clear skies – if the skies are cloudy, you may wish to watch from our selection of videos about the Continue reading →

Remote Viewing Live from Hartland with Doug Bock

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Doug Bock has been an amateur astronomer since 1965, and is a prolific astrophotographer. Doug is a member of the University Lowbrows, the Warren Astronomical Society, the Ford Amateur Astronomy Club, the Seven Ponds Astronomy Club and the GM Astronomy Continue reading →

Live from Woodhaven – Gordon Hansen

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Explore the night sky from Woodhaven with Gordon Hansen.   Cover image: The Trifid Nebula (M20, NGC 6514) is a starforming emission and reflection nebula, with an open star Ccuster, in the constellation Sagittarius.

Remote Viewing Live from New Mexico with Brian Ottum

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Dr. Brian Ottum is a member of the University Lowbrows. Brian will show you deep-sky objects via his remotely controlled telescope located at Dark Sky New Mexico. If we're lucky, Brian will be able to track an Earth-orbiting satellite! Brian Continue reading →