The Galactic Times #30, August 15, 2022

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  • Cover Photo — The Rare A-Star With A Planet
  • Welcome to Issue 30!
  • This Just In —
    *
    Mars Explorers! Need Oxygen? Zap!
    * Where Did Ryugu Come From?
    * A-stars and Exoplanets – The Two Rarely Meet, Why? Have We Found The Exception? (Cover Story)
    * The Oldest Part of Earth Caused by Cosmic Impacts
  • Deeper Looks — 
    *
    EAS: Updates on Missions and Observatories
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing –
    Four Weeks of Sky
    * Observing—Plan-et – 
    – Inner Planets Leave the Sky
    – Gas Giants Create the Evening Show
    – Mars Makes Taurus Have Two Red Eyes
    * Border Crossings – Virgo Ain’t Lion….
  • Astronomy in Everyday Life — Scientific Cereal

The Galactic Times #29, August 1, 2022

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  • Cover Photo — Gaia, Cataloger of the Universe
  • Welcome to Issue 29!
  • Deeper Looks — 
    *
    AAS: The Future of Arecibo
    * EAS: Gaia, Cataloger of the Universe
    * EAS: Missions and More Missions
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Observing—Plan-et
     — 
    The Evening Show Begins with Saturn at Opposition
    – The Perseids and Comet K2
    * Moon-Gazing – A Challenge to Use the Moon to Find Jupiter in the Daytime
    * Border Crossings –
    Leo Overlaps!

The Galactic Times #28, July 18, 2022

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  • Cover Photo — First Five Webb Images in Order of Increasing Distance
  • Welcome to Issue 28!
  • Astronomy in Everyday Life
    – NAM: The Impact of Astronomy
    NAM: James Webb and Buzz Lightyear; First Five Webb Images by Distance
    – AAS: Astronomy on Tap
    – Worst Quote EVER Heard at an Astronomy Conference
  • This Just In —
    * AAS: Tatooine A, B or AB?
  • Deeper Looks — 
    * EAS: Satellite Constellations
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Observing—Plan-et
     — 
    Planets Parade Easily Into the Evening; Meteors at Month’s End; Comet? Ha Ha…
    * Moon-Gazing – The Moon Passes Closer…and Closer…and Covers Planets….
    * Border Crossings
  • The Classroom Astronomer Newsletter-Inbox Magazine #31 July 11, 2022 Issue Highlights.

The Galactic Times #27, July 1, 2022

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  • Cover Photo — Where Life Could Be on Venus?
  • Welcome to Issue 27!
  • This Just In — 
    *
    AAS: How Do Planets and Systems Form?
    * Observatory Fire
    * AAS: Venus’ Atmosphere, Signs of Life?
    * AAS: When Did Kepler Realize Ptolemy Was Wrong?
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    A Lazy Evening Moon Glides Through Stars—Only
    * Observing—Plan-et
     — Planets Entering the Evening, Mercury Leaving the Dawn
    * Border Crossings
  • Astronomy in Everyday Life – AAS: Sunrise, Sunset
  • The Classroom Astronomer #30 Highlights

The Galactic Times #26, June 16, 2022

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  • Cover Photo — Mercury, Venus, Moon, and Aldebaran
  • Welcome to Issue 26!
  • This Just In — * Hiding in Plain Sight!
    * It was Cosmically Cloudy and Cold About 2 Million Years Ago…
    * The More Metal, the More Wonderful?
    * What Turned On the Universe’s Lights?
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Moon Glides the Grand Line-Up Planets
    – Moon Stands in for Earth, and Points to Mira

    * Observing—Plan-et
     — 
    Does Mercury Look Reddish to You? (Cover Story)
    – The Solstice
    – Cetus and Other Zodiac Constellations, and Jupiter

    * Border Crossings
  • The Classroom Astronomer Newsletter-Inbox Magazine #28 June 12, 2022 Issue Highlights.

The Galactic Times #25, June 1, 2022

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  • Cover Photo — No Storm, Just a Shower
  • Welcome to Issue 25
  • This Just In — 
    *
    The Meteor Drizzle, But That’s Okay!
    * And the Weather on Betelgeuse Was Cooler with Clouds….
    * The Silver Link to the Early Solar System’s Late Bombardment
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Moon Glides Past Evening First Magnitude Stars
    * Observing—Plan-et
     — 
    – Venus, Uranus, Sun, Saturn
    * For The Future
    The Grand Line-Up in the Dawn!
    * Border Crossings
  • Astronomy in Everyday Life
    Random Observations

The Galactic Times #24, May 16, 2022

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  • Cover Photo —The Eclipse via Ipad
  • Welcome to Issue 24
  • This Just In — 
    *
    Good Water, Maybe. Good Soil, No* Final Link in the Nova Story
    * An Angry Sun?
    * A Clouded, Dark Eclipse (Cover Story)
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Evenings: Nothing to See; Mornings: A Giant Meet and Greet!
    * Observing—Plan-et
     — 
    Mars Points Closely to Two Giant Worlds
    – Possible Meteor Outburst on the 30th?

    Border Crossings
  • Astronomy in Everyday LifeA Book of Lessons from Astronomical Mothers
  • The Classroom Astronomer Newsletter-Inbox Magazine #25 May 11, 2022 Issue Highlights.

The Galactic Times #23, May 1, 2022

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  • Cover Photo — Total Eclipse in View
  • Welcome to Issue 23
  • This Just In — 
    *
    A Roundup of Mars Discoveries
    * DNA in Meteorites + Water on Europa = 2010?
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Moon Goes from Dark, past Mercury, into Dark Shadow
    * Observing—Plan-et
     — 
    An Exclamation Point in the Morning, with Jupiter on Both Ends
    – Meteors and (Almost two) Comets

    Border Crossings
    * The May 15-16th Total Lunar Eclipse (Cover Story)
  • Astronomy in Everyday LifeLunar Eclipses are in the Shadows of Solar Eclipses
  • The Classroom Astronomer Newsletter-Inbox Magazine #24 April 21-26, 2022 Issue Highlights.

The Galactic Times #22, April 16, 2022

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In This Issue: 

  • Cover Photo — A New Way to Make a Jupiter
  • Welcome to Issue 22
  • This Just In — 
    Um, That Really Wasn’t an Alien Invader After All…
    Neptune’s Summer Hot Spot
    Recipe for Making a Jupiter…First, You Stir the Pot….
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    The Moon Says Hi to the Morning Planets One by One
    * Observing—Plan-et
     — 
    Mercury Meets the Dark (and the Seven Sisters) in the Evening
    Venus Cozies Up with TWO Gas Giant Worlds
    Lyrids a Moderate Show

Border Crossings

  • Astronomy in Everyday LifePorrima, a Star of a Prophetic Ship

The Galactic Times #21, April 1, 2022

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  • Cover Photo — Rings of Death
  • Welcome to Issue 21
  • This Just In — 
    * Death Throes of a Red Star (Cover Story)

    * Space Missions and Astronomy Research Facilities Contribute Heavily to Climate Change??
    * Pluto’s Not Quite Dead Inside Yet
    * Hello, Earendel! Farthest Star Ever?…
  • Sky Planning Calendar —
    * Moon-Gazing – 
    Moon’s Last Pass Through the Bull
    * Observing—Plan-et
     — Venus is the Queen-Pin:
    Mars and Saturn Switch Places, Narrowly Missing Each Other;
    Jupiter Appears in First of Three REAL CLOSE Conjunctions with a Planet;
    Mercury Peeks Into the Evening.
  • Astronomy in Everyday LifeIt’s my 37th Year Orbiting the Sun….What Do They Call That on Mars?
  • The Classroom Astronomer Inbox Magazine Issue 23 Highlights and a Birthday Sale!!!!!