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Category Archives: observing
As described in class, here are my two favorite articles about this alignment: Get Up Early, See Five Planets at Once! from Sky and Telescope How to View Five Planets Aligning in a Celestial Spectacle from The New York Times I happen to adore the NYT diagram because it shows the Solar System view as […] Continue reading → Continue reading
I took this class because I wanted to learn more about the solar system. Growing up, I really enjoyed learning about the planets and stars. One of my favorite parts of the class was the observing. I was able to see the difference between a red-shifted and blue-shifted star which before this class I wouldn’t […] Continue reading → Continue reading