Guess That Sci-Fi Movie: We Play A Podcast Game

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No Earth. His best friend is a cockroach. Can you guess the sci-fi movie? Play along on this episode of Star Stuff and see how many you can guess!

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The Path of a Female Scientist

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Cody and Hailey meet up with Dr. Catherine Clark and Dr. Lauren Biddle (two newly-minted PhD’s!) to discuss what inspires them, hurdles they’ve faced as women in STEM, what it […]

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Saturn Opposition: What It Means and Why It’s So Cool

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Join Cody Half-Moon, Hailey Osborn, and John Compton as they talk about what exactly it means for a planet to be in opposition, and what is so cool about Saturn […]

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The Art of the Night Sky – We Talk to “NightVisions” Artist Arline Martens and Exhibit Co-Creator Chris Luginbuhl

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Cody Half-Moon and Hailey Osborn sit down with fiber artist Arline Martens and the principal of Dark Sky Partners Chris Luginbuhl to talk about their experience with astronomical art, and […]

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Astronomy in Poetry with Author Julie Swarstad Johnson

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English majors Cody Half-Moon and Madi Mooney geek out with poet Julie Swarstad Johnson, who recently served as Lowell Observatory’s Poet In Residence. Tune in to hear them discuss Julie’s […]

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How The James Webb Space Telescope Will Change The Way We Look At The Cosmos

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In this very special episode of Star Stuff, Cody Half-Moon and Hailey Osborn sit down with NAU assistant professor Dr. Cristina Thomas to discuss the ways in which the James […]

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Star Stories (the Constellations of Summer)

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In this episode of Star Stuff, we talk about what constellations are in the Northern Hemisphere’s night sky right now, how to find them, and their stories throughout ancient cultures. […]

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Talking With Grown-Ups About Pluto (And Other Fun Controversies) | We Talk To Dean Regas

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On this episode of Star Stuff, Cody Half-Moon and John Compton hang out with public speaker, author, television host, and astronomer Dean Regas in the Clyde Tombaugh apartment, where they […]

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The Lowell Iceberg: Strange Sightings, Observatory Lore, and Clown Man

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In this episode of Star Stuff, Cody Half-Moon and Madi Mooney go through the Lowell Iceberg, created and explained by Lowell educators Hannah Zigo and Jacob Irish. We go through […]

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Car Trouble and the Rings of Uranus

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In this episode of Star Stuff, Cody Half-Moon and Hailey Osborn sit down with Lowell astronomer Dr. Larry Wasserman to hear about his amazing discovery of Uranus’ rings, and how […]

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Finding Your Unicorn Career in STEM: We Talk To Alaina Levine

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In this episode of Star Stuff, Cody Half-Moon and Hailey Osborn sit down with Alaina Levine, an award-winning professional speaker, STEM career coach, science writer, TEDX speaker, and entrepreneur. Hear […]

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The Sound of Science in Movies: We Review Sci-Fi Scores

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In this episode of Star Stuff, Cody Half-Moon is joined by Nate Nise, Kevin White, and Dr. Scott Barrows of Lowell Observatory to talk about a few of our favorite […]

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The Career Path of an Astronomer

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In this episode of Star Stuff, Cody Half-Moon and co-host Hailey Osborn chat with Lowell research scientists Dr. Joe Llama and Dr. Kyler Kuehn about how they got into astronomy, […]

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Uncovering 50-Year-Old Moon Rock: We Talk to Dr. Chip Shearer

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In this episode of Star Stuff, Dr. Chip Shearer talks with Cody Half-Moon, Hailey Osborn, and John Compton about his project with NASA to finally open a capsule of Moon […]

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The Total Lunar Eclipse: Myth, Lore, and History

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This episode of Star Stuff is all about the May 15 Total Lunar Eclipse! Learn about how eclipses have been represented in history and in lore, and find out some […]

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Sol’s Planets – We Talk To Two Lowell Planetary Scientists

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In this episode of Star Stuff, Cody Half-Moon and Madi Mooney talk all about planets with two of Lowell’s planetary scientists, Dr. Amanda Bosh and Dr. Jennifer Hanley. Learn about […]

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Comets, Asteroids, and Centaurs

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A comet, an asteroid, and a centaur walk into a bar(red spiral galaxy)… If you want to be cool and get this joke, listen in on this episode of Star […]

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Mars Hill Quick Report: August 15 – 21

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Welcome back to the Mars Hill Quick Report, a bite-sized weekly news update from Lowell Observatory! Each week, we’ll give you the short version of upcoming events at Lowell and beyond, […]

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Mars Hill Quick Report: August 8 – 14

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Welcome back to the Mars Hill Quick Report, a bite-sized weekly news update from Lowell Observatory! Each week, we’ll give you the short version of upcoming events at Lowell and beyond, […]

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PRESS RELEASE: LOWELL OBSERVATORY POINTS PUBLIC TELESCOPES AT SATURN AS RINGED PLANET MAKES CLOSEST APPROACH OF YEAR

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAUGUST 8, 2022 ***Contact details appear below Flagstaff, AZ. – Saturn will soon be at its biggest and brightest of the year, and Lowell Observatory is celebrating with […]

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What is the Saturn Opposition?

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  By Claire Gibson, Lowell Educator In the next few weeks of August, gaze to the southeastern night sky so see Saturn at its biggest and brightest for the year! […]

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Mars Hill Quick Report: August 1 – 7

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Welcome back to the Mars Hill Quick Report, a bite-sized weekly news update from Lowell Observatory! Each week, we’ll give you the short version of upcoming events at Lowell and beyond, […]

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8 Things to Do at Lowell Observatory During the Daytime

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By Claire Gibson, Lowell Educator Now that the weather is warm and the daytime is long, check out this list of fun activities to do at Lowell Observatory during the […]

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Mars Hill Quick Report: July 25-31

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Welcome back to the Mars Hill Quick Report, a bite-sized weekly news update from Lowell Observatory! Each week, we’ll give you the short version of upcoming events at Lowell and beyond, […]

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