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Somewhere Out There, Updated

Walk outside some clear evening this summer, and look to the south (assuming you’re in the Northern hemisphere!). You’ll see a bright red star – Antares – and if you’re familiar with the night sky, you’ll recognize the constellation Scorpius. Look above Scorpius, into a fairly dark area without many bright stars. This is the […]

March 28, 2017 · Harry · No Comments
Posted in: Science, Stargazing

Hello, World, And Thoughts About Mars

Periodically, I sit down with myself and think about what I really want to do. And one of the things I invariably say to myself is, I would like to blog regularly again. Even though blogging as we knew it is 5-6 years (or more) gone, and my old blogroll is mostly just a historical […]

March 18, 2015 · Harry · One Comment
Posted in: BlogStuff, Life, Science

Somewhere Out There

Walk outside some clear evening next summer, and look to the south (assuming you’re in the Northern hemisphere!). You’ll see a bright red star – Antares – and if you’re familiar with the night sky, you’ll recognize the constellation Scorpius. Look above Scorpius, into a fairly dark area without many bright stars. This is the […]

December 5, 2012 · Harry · 2 Comments
Posted in: Science, Stargazing

How Kansas Defines Science

November 9, 2005 · Harry · Comments Closed
Posted in: Science

President Bush, Science Teacher

August 8, 2005 · Harry · 4 Comments
Posted in: Science