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Fall Astronomy With Tom Burns

A person looks at stars in the night sky.
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A person looks at stars in the night sky.

The advent of autumn offers even casual night-sky observers spectacular astronomical sights: Stars, moons, planets, water constellations.

Fancy equipment isn’t necessary. Stargazers just need to know where to look and what they’re looking at.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we talk about the night-time wonders with Tom Burns, former director of Perkins Observatory at Ohio Wesleyan.

Support 89.7 NPR News and as a thank you gift receive an astronomy package that includes the Night Sky Almanac 2022: A Stargazer’s Guide hardcover book and starry night astronomy-themed crew socks

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