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Astronomy Links
Jeffrey R. Miller
SLU Physics

Here are some links related to my appearance on NCPR:

  • 17 January, 2009 - IYA2009, ISS, Shuttle Discovery, Venus, Saturn, Spring Equinox
    • 2009 marks the 400th anniversary of Galileo's first use of a telescope, and the 40th anniversary of the first landing by humans on the Moon. As such, 2009 has been designated as the International Year of Astronomy (IYA2009)
    • Spaceweather.com Flybys: Enter you zip code, and find out when the ISS will be visible in your sky
    • Heavens Above: ISS sightings, including star maps; registration required (free), and you need to look up your latitude and longitude
    • NASA: Information about the Space Station and Shuttle missions
    • Venus at its 8-year Best: Article about venus from SkyandTelescope.com
    • This Week's Sky: What can you see when you gaze toward the heavens?
    • Sky & Telescope Observing Highlights: Listen to a monthly audio tour of the sky, and find out what interesting sights are to be seen during the week.
    • Interactive Sky Chart: Find out what you can see in the sky (Sky & Telescope)
    • Skymaps.com: Download a free map of the sky every month!
    • I'll be giving a talk about the spring sky at the Adirondack Loj on Saturday, March 21st, at 8:00 pm. The talk is free and open to the public. Observing will take place after the talk, weather permitting. (Directions)

 

IYA2009
  • 23 September, 2008 - The International Space Station (ISS) & Jupiter
    • Spaceweather.com Flybys: Enter you zip code, and find out when the ISS will be visible in your sky
    • Heavens Above: ISS sightings, including star maps; registration required (free), and you need to look up your latitude and longitude
    • NASA: Information about the Space Station and Shuttle missions
    • Skymaps.com: Download a free map of the sky every month!
    • Sky & Telescope Observing Highlights: Listen to a monthly audio tour of the sky, and find out what interesting sights are to be seen during the week.
Jeff Miller - Astronomer

 

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