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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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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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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June is Saturn Month at Lowell

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One of the more familiar and alluring features of the night sky is now well-positioned to wow observers through a telescope.  While it will remain visible until lost in November’s […]

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