Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of United Astronomy Clubs of NJ bringing you the May Astronomy Update for the WNTI listening area.
As I look around, the houses are arranged in neat patterns - surrounded by beautiful trees and shrubbery. It looks like a typical well-groomed community. Looking more closely, there’s something that’s missing. There are no highways or cars! Another strange thing is that I feel lighter as I go into different areas. How do you explain all this? Actually, this community is part of an orbiting space settlement.
Free Astronomy Presentations And Solar Observing* North East Branch of Warren County Library 40 US Highway 46 West, Hackettstown, NJ, 908-813-3858
1 PM – General Astronomy, Matt Heiss, NWJAA 2 PM – Meteorites, Walter Rothaug, RAC 3 PM – Northern Lights, Gregg Waldron, NWJAA
Free Evening Presentation and Star Party* UACNJ Observatory, Jenny Jump State Forest, Hope, NJ 7 PM – Solar Eclipse and Northern Lights, Tony Hoffman, AAA 8 PM – Astronomy for Beginners, Ken Taylor, NWJAA
Hello! I’m Karl Hricko for United Astronomy Clubs of NJ bringing you the January Astronomy Update for the WNTI listening area.
Ring in the New Year. It’s January, the first month of the year. But is that true for all cultures through history? A calendar is an artificial system that we try to match up with the actual motion of the Earth around the Sun. The problem is that there isn’t an even number of days in a year.