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Stories tagged with: astronomy
Posted about 30 days ago by Brittany G
Learn about the ancient structures built to observe astronomical phenomena!Continue Reading: Celebrate the Winter Solstice with Archeoastronomy!
Posted 4 months ago by Heidi Y.
The overwhelming consensus for the best viewing of dark sky areas in the U.S. is in the western United States. There is one more place in the U.S. that should be put on the dark sky list and that is in rural Michigan. At 3:18 am to be precise in the farmlands of nowhere, on a cool, clear morning.Continue Reading: 3:18, The Milky Way And Non-Fiction
Posted over 2 years ago by Amber B
Did you know the Library has telescope kits available to borrow for free at several branch locations?Continue Reading: Explore the Universe with a Telescope Kit from Your Local Library
Posted over 4 years ago by Heather H
We're about to witness history folks - by way of the Great American Eclipse! Mark your calendars for August 21, and join us for solar eclipse viewing safety workshops.Continue Reading: Total (Solar) Eclipse of the Heart
Posted over 4 years ago by Amy H
There are so many amazing stories about the natural world around us. Prepare for fascination!Continue Reading: Fascinating Stories: Science and Nature
Posted over 4 years ago by April S
The best of the best in biographies, memoirs, business, leadership, history, poetry, science, and general nonfiction books of the year.Continue Reading: Best Nonfiction Books of 2016