A Profound Cosmic Revelation | Thread by Latif Nasser

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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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Jupiter at Opposition

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By Claire Gibson, Lowell Educator When looking up to the night sky, you may have noticed a large bright shining object in the Eastern sky. The object isn’t a UFO, […]

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Lowell Observatory by Dennis Ashton

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The following is an article written by Dennis Ashton, a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and a presenter for Wonderdome, a mobile planetarium company that brings immersive planetarium shows […]

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Meet the GODO Telescopes: TEC 140FL 5.5” Refractor

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Each of the Giovale Open Deck Observatory’s six state-of-the-art telescopes were hand-selected to provide a breathtaking stargazing experience that is unrivaled by any other public observatory in the continental United […]

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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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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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Meet the 6 Public Telescopes of the GODO

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By Claire Gibson, Lowell Educator Did you know that Lowell Observatory has more than eight telescopes dedicated to the use of the public? Six of these telescopes are state of […]

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Asteroid Day 2022: Looking Back on Lowell’s Impact

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By Claire Gibson, Lowell Educator Asteroid Day is on June 30, and Lowell Observatory has a rich history of asteroid discovery. Starting in 1905 to the early 2000s, Lowell Observatory […]

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What is a Lunar Eclipse?

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By Claire Gibson, Lowell Educator May 15, 2022 8:29 pm– This year’s first total lunar eclipse will sweep across the Americas, Europe, and Africa. Mark your calendars for the longest […]

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Views of Pluto: From the Past to the Present

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By Claire Gibson, Lowell Educator 92 years of imaging Pluto have allowed a closer and more detailed look at the cold, small body located over 3.2 billion miles away from […]

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