Archive | space

How to Find a Truly Dark Location for the Best Photos of the Night Sky

For the past few months, we’ve spent quite a bit of time outside in the evenings, taking in the night sky. We’ve had a few memorable space-related moments this summer—including a once-every-6,000-years comet and a bunch of meteor showers—and it has been something free to do and look forward to during a period when it…Read […]

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Virtually Attend a Q&A With a Co-Creator of 1980s Series ‘Cosmos’

Are you a fan of science TV shows and documentaries? Though they’ve been around in some version since 1903, one 13-part series on PBS that aired in 1980 really captured the country’s attention. It was called “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage” and was created and written by Carl Sagan, Ann Druyan and Steven Soter, with Sagan…Read […]

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Watch a Livestream of the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge

Getting to watch the sunrise at Stonehenge on the summer solstice is one of those things a lot of people probably want to do, but few get to experience. This year, that’s definitely true—even if you live in England—because there will not be an in-person event. And while nothing can replace the IRL experience, this…Read […]

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