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Taking on the Winter Cold

It would seem that winter is here in full force, bringing icy cold temperatures that chill you to the bone, unless you are prepared for the onslaught.Are you prepared? Is your observing equipment ready to go out in the frosty...

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New Toys and a Lunar Eclipse

The hobby of astronomy has always been an art form of simplicity and function. Let’s face it, when starting out in astronomy, the task of getting great views and being comfortable at the same time can seem quite...

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April Skies and Eager Eyes

April is the month of great change in the Yukon night sky.It is a time when the constellation of Orion is no longer high in the sky all evening and Sirius, the brightest star in the sky, sets on the horizon early after dusk.As...

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Messier Madness and Super Clusters

Spring is on the way and that means it is time once again for the Messier Marathon.What is the Messier Marathon you ask?The Messier Marathon is named after Charles Messier, a French astronomer in the middle 1700s, who preferred...

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