The sky this morning at my house.
Tomorrow evening the featured object at Cline Observatory will be the Moon; specifically the crater Copernicus found about 10 degrees north of the lunar equator, a little left (or west) of the central meridian. Named after the famous Polish astronomer, the crater Copernicus can be easily found looking at the moon with binoculars or a … More Sunrise on the Moon
When we can learn more about one of our companion planets, that has to be counted as a good day. Recently, images have been coming from Pluto, the body that use to be called our ninth planet. Now just a dwarf planet, Pluto is slowly giving up its secrets. But volcanism? Lots of sulfur on … More News from the Winged Messenger