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Steamboat Springs The Big Dipper dominates our springtime sky just as Orion dominates our winter sky. It's hard to miss this time of year just go outside after darkness falls and look straight up. There, you'll find the seven bright stars of our
Mark E Smith At least they didn't make him say 'Hamilton Academicals'. Photograph: James McCauley/Rex Features 1 Lupe Fiasco becomes the music director of US Soccer It being the United States, they don't have pre-World Cup friendlies, they have the "
Stars, planets visible in May night sky May 5, 2014 2:29pm Days may get longer than nights in the Philippines during May, but stargazers will still be rewarded by the sight of several stars and planets, state astronomers said. OIC Vicente Malano said
Alamy This map was drawn up to be used in mid-April, in the northern hemisphere. From Marek Kukula, of the Royal Observatory Greenwich: Begin by trying to identify the more prominent star patterns with your naked eye: the saucepan shape of The Plough,
Leo, the dominant constellation of spring, has now taken center stage almost directly overhead in the southern sky. The head of the lion is outlined by what appears to be a backward "question mark" of stars. At the bottom of the question mark is
From their songs with Dev to their masterful work on Selena Gomez 's new album!...Their song Big Dipper features some booty-popping beats and infectious FUN that is guaranteed to make your feet happy on a dancefloor! From the bass to the drum machine,
Jimmy Westlake/courtesy Look for the five-starred "W" pattern of Cassiopeia's throne high up in the northeastern sky around 10 p.m...The nearby Double Star Cluster is visible to the unaided eye as a misty glow, but binoculars or a small telescope
They and scores of others helped found a Pacific Islander outpost called Iosepa in western Utah's Skull Valley. Named after Mormon founder Joseph Smith and a later LDS prophet, Joseph F. Smith, Iosepa (pronounced Yo-see-pa) served as a home for
July 18, 2013 ART alfresco is such a staple of the city summer that sometimes it seems as if no park, parking lot, rooftop, field or front stoop is free of it. There are tubas under the trees, giant sculptures plopped onto noisy median strips, rhymed
This month, the planets separate and Jupiter quickly descends toward the setting sun. Mercury remains visible for most of the month, but it, too, has a date with the sun...Brilliant Venus, however, continues to ascend and beams in the west all summer.