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Astronomy Update

Clouds will make stargazing hard this week, and cold temperatures won’t help.  If the clouds break over your town you will be able to see the Orionid Meteor Shower towards the east. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, meteor, moon, Planets, saturn, shower, SPACE, stars, venus

Astronomy Update

This is the first week that will be particularly cold for overnight star gazing.  If you have a jacket ready you can still see planets well with low light pollution from the moon. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, Planets, saturn, SPACE, stars, venus, weather

Astronomy Update

Clear skies will make stargazing very easy this week.  Venus is not visible for long during the day, but it is very bright and easy to see in the hours before sunrise. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, Planets, saturn, SPACE, stars, venus

Astronomy Update

Clouds will make spotting any planets difficult, but the full moon should be easy to spot.  Another full moon is on the way just in time for Halloween. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, Planets, saturn, SPACE, stars, venus

Astronomy Update

Fall kicks off this Tuesday with nice weather for stargazing throughout the week. Tags: astronomy, earth, fall, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, Planets, saturn, stars, venus

Astronomy Update

Look for a thin crescent moon through next week.  That week’s update will come out early on Tuesday to coincide with the fall equinox. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: earth, equinox, fall, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, Planets, saturn, SPACE, stars, sun, venus

Astronomy Update

Temperatures will rise through the weekend, but new clouds will make stargazing a little tough this week.  The moon is on its way out so at least we have less light pollution. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, Planets, saturn, SPACE, stars, venus

Astronomy Update

Nights are dipping into the 40s this week, but the moon should be very easy to spot.  Look for planets a few hours after sunset for the warmest conditions. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, earth, jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, Planets, saturn, SPACE, stars, venus

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Do You Want to Enjoy a Romantic Night Under the Stars with Your Valentine? Here’s How!

MSUM's planetarium is offering a Valentine's Day special while staying warm inside

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Are you looking to enjoy a romantic night with your loved one under the stars? MSUM’s planetarium is offering a Valentine’s Day special while staying warm inside. The night called “Romance Under the Stars” will give people a chance to witness the beauty of the cosmos. Couples will also get to explore the nature of the solar…