How Common is Life on Other Planets?

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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

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[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

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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

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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

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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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Press Release: LOWELL OBSERVATORY & GRAND CANYON CONSERVANCY PARTNER IN LIVESTREAM EVENT

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November 2, 2023 LOWELL OBSERVATORY AND GRAND CANYON CONSERVANCY PARTNER IN LIVESTREAM EVENT: NATIVE CONSTELLATION STORYTELLING FOR WINTER SKIES [Flagstaff; Grand Canyon, Arizona] – Lowell Observatory is proud to announce a unique […]

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Celestial Alert: Jupiter at Opposition

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CELESTIAL ALERT October 25, 2023 JUPITER AT OPPOSITION   [OCTOBER 25, 2023] On November 2, Jupiter will be in opposition, meaning it will be at its biggest and brightest of […]

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How the Earth Formed

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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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PRESS RELEASE: LOWELL OBSERVATORY CELEBRATES THE ANNULAR SOLAR ECLIPSE ON OCT 14

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LOWELL OBSERVATORY CELEBRATES THE ANNULAR SOLAR ECLIPSE ON OCTOBER 14 WITH “RING OF FIRE” ECLIPSE PARTY Solar telescopes, expanded hours of operation, eclipse programming, and refreshments for purchase will be […]

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Bringing Astronomy to the People

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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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Life Beyond Our Solar System

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In this episode of Star Stuff, we talk about aliens. Again. Join Cody Half-Moon and returning guest Dean Regas as they discuss upcoming solar eclipses, the possibility of life beyond […]

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Itinerary For a Perfect Fall Day at Lowell Observatory

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So, you’d like to visit the observatory, but you’re not sure of the best way to budget your time? Never fear: check out this sample itinerary of a perfect fall […]

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