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Stargazing in the Spring

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Palomar Observatory Sky Survey
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NASA, ESA and AURA/Caltech
The Pleiades, in a color-composite photo that was taken in the Palomar Observatory Sky Survey.

Every spring brings changes: trees blooming, birds chirping--and stars and planets shifting place in the night sky as the Earth moves in its orbit. Join us this hour for information about stargazing and exciting opportunities to see Venus, Jupiter, and more.

Guests

  • Tom Burns, Director of the Ohio Wesleyan University Perkins Observatory

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This episode originally aired on Tuesday April 14, 2015 at 10 a.m.