Itinerary for a Spring Day at Lowell Observatory

Itinerary for a Spring Day at Lowell Observatory So, you’d like to visit the observatory, but you’re not sure of the best way to budget your time? Never fear: check […]

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Jupiter During Daylight: Why it Happens and How to View It

Jupiter During Daylight: Why it Happens and How to View It You may think of telescope viewing as a strictly nighttime activity, but that’s not always the case! Some planets, […]

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The Exclusive Beverages Available During the 2024 I ❤ Pluto Pub Crawl

The Exclusive Beverages Available During the 2024 I ❤ Pluto Pub Crawl The 2024 I Heart Pluto Pub Crawl is coming up on Friday, February 16. Here are all the […]

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A Profound Cosmic Revelation | Thread by Latif Nasser

The following is an X (formerly known as Twitter) thread posted by Canadian-American researcher, writer and presenter Latif Nasser (@latifnasser). You can find the original thread here! Last January, I […]

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I Heart Pluto 2024 | Night of Discovery Event

I Heart Pluto 2024 | Night of Discovery Event Doors @ 6pm | Show @ 7pm On the evening of February 18, 2024, Lowell Observatory and the Orpheum Theater will […]

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How Common is Life on Other Planets?

Wow, over 70,000 listens to Star Stuff! This podcast is still in the top 20 of astronomy podcasts and climbing. Thank you all for your support as we wrap up […]

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Celestial Alert: Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks December 14

[December 07, 2023] The Geminid Meteor Shower peaks on the night of December 13th and into the morning of the 14th. This is considered to be the best meteor shower […]

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CSI: Mechanical Forensics

In this Cosmic Scope Interview (CSI), Lowell’s Technical Facilities Manager Jeff Gehring takes host Cody Half-Moon through the challenges of restoring the historic 24″ Clark Telescope to its former glory […]

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Reconciling Religion and Astronomy

An atheist, a catholic, and an agnostic walk into a podcast recording room… and have an incredible conversation about how science and astronomy inform religious perspectives! Inspired by Dr. Kyler […]

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A Moving Portrait

In this episode of Star Stuff, Lowell Historian Kevin Schindler and astronomer Gerard van Belle sit down for a chat with German artist Ulrike Arnold, the subject of the feature-length […]

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How the Earth Formed

In this episode of Star Stuff, join Cody Half-Moon and geologist John Compton as they discuss the mind-blowing process of our planet’s formation over 4.6 billion years ago.

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Bringing Astronomy to the People

In this episode of Star Stuff, Kevin Schindler is joined by special guest Eric Edelman, the director of the Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium in Prescott, AZ. Kevin and Eric […]

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