Curiosity Mars Rover Landing

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An animation depicting key events of NASA's Mars Science Laboratory (Curiosity) mission, which launched in Nov. of 2011 and landed on Mars in Aug. of 2012 using an innovative (and frightening) "Sky Crane" to place the rover on Mars' surface. 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 →

Σverything Λstronomy – Student Science Channel at the University of Michigan

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YouTube channel for Σverything Λstronomy, where you can see discussions of a wide range of astronomy topics. https://www.youtube.com/embed?listType=playlist&list=UUJQDiMucijKAt80GZ6-P5jA&layout=gallery Website: https://linktr.ee/everythingastronomy Twitter: https://twitter.com/EvAstroPodcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7mTCmGWFLAJxHDBuNRbQu3

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 →