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Tom Burns

  • Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, astronomy news and night sky views.
  • The advent of autumn offers even casual night-sky observers spectacular astronomical sights: Stars, moons, planets, water constellations. We talk about the night-time wonders with Tom Burns, former director of Perkins Observatory at Ohio Wesleyan.
  • Ohioans will just be able to catch a glimpse of two eclipses in the coming weeks, a lunar eclipse on May 26 and a solar eclipse on June 10. We talk about summertime astronomy with Tom Burns, retired Director of Ohio Wesleyan University Perkins Observatory.
  • Ohioans will just be able to catch a glimpse of two eclipses in the coming weeks, a lunar eclipse on May 26 and a solar eclipse on June 10. We talk about summertime astronomy with Tom Burns, retired Director of Ohio Wesleyan University Perkins Observatory.
  • Ohioans will just be able to catch a glimpse of two eclipses in the coming weeks, a lunar eclipse on May 26 and a solar eclipse on June 10. We talk about summertime astronomy with Tom Burns, retired Director of Ohio Wesleyan University Perkins Observatory.
  • Winter’s chill is no excuse to stay indoors and miss out on some incredible views of the night sky. Winter affords more hours of night and clearer viewing…
  • This episode originally aired on Oct. 22, 2020.This October offers up some spectacular naked-eye views of our brightest planetary neighbors, such as…
  • This episode originally aired on Oct. 22, 2020.This October offers up some spectacular naked-eye views of our brightest planetary neighbors, such as…
  • This October offers up some spectacular naked-eye views of our brightest planetary neighbors, such as Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn.But the star of the show…
  • Winter can be cold, rainy and cloudy, but when the night sky is clear, the months of December and January are among the best for stargazing.So grab your…