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Get out your crystals and buckle your celestial seatbelts

Published April 14, 2014

The nighttime sky will reveal the "blood moon" or orange "pink full moon" on April 15. This visual phenomenon can be attributed to the beginning of a series of eclipses, each six months apart that will go on through 2015.

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Milwaukee Public Museum gets NASA grant

Published June 28, 2012

NASA has awarded the Milwaukee Public Museum a grant of $588,467 to establish an extracurricular science education program for high school students in inner city.

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Blitz events explain upcoming lunar eclipse

Published Aug. 22, 2007

Did you know that there's a total lunar eclipse promised for the early morning hours of Tuesday, Aug. 28? And Milwaukeeans will be able to see this event that can be spotted from a fixed point on Earth only once every two or three years.

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Stargazing at Milwaukee's biggest planetarium

Published June 27, 2007

Having grown up in a city with a world-renowned planetarium, I always took it for granted that everyone’s been to one … and more than once. The Soref, which opened in late 2006, is among the top 11 planetariums in size in the U.S. and is great fun. Here's why.

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The planet outside Uranus

Published May 7, 2003

It's not every day you hear about a weather conspiracy. And no, we're not talking about El Nino. In this week's column, Vince Condella explains the mystery surrounding Neptune.

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