Where past meets future, Under the great telescope: Starlight Festival. On Saturday and Sunday, May 26-27 (Memorial Day weekend in the U.S.A.), the historic Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay, Wisconsin, will host a "Starlight Festival," designed for young learners of all ages. Check out its wonders at this website: https://starlightfestival.com/ Image: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Yerkes_40_inch_Refractor_Telescope-1897.jpg Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

During a personal Global Star Party in the Youth Park… Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login

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The MUSE of spectral range field view wide for the image composite shown as tool with telescope large to guide discovered the first object known of its kind beyond the Milky Way in the Cloud Magellanic Small, which had a supernova heyday when its brilliance burst over all. That stellar explosion tremendous about two thousand years ago has been pictured with tints stupendous in the remnant's wispy outflow. ‘Tis a dazzling portrayal festive unveiled in x-ray wavelength shine, aided by acronym suggestive of those Grecian deities nine. The sidereal corpse that's buried among filaments left behind from the blast where...