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Your God Is Too Small

Online

Free webinar featuring Brother Guy Consolmagno SJ speaking on the contrast between the world and the cosmos that is becoming blurred as we begin to learn of the vastness of the cosmos - October 1, at 5 p.m. CDT.

Venus at Aphelion.

Venus's 225-day orbit around the Sun will carry it to its furthest point to the Sun – its aphelion – at a distance of 0.73 AU.

World Space Week

World Space Week 2021 celebrates “Women in Space!” Join thousands of participants in over 90 countries celebrating accomplishments and contributions of women to the space sector and sciences. In 2020, more than […]

New Moon

New Moon. By the modern definition, New Moon occurs when the Moon and Sun are at the same geocentric ecliptic longitude. The part of the Moon facing us is completely […]

Moon at Perigee

Every month, the Moon’s eccentric orbit carries it to perigee, the Moon’s closest point to Earth in its orbit – then 2 weeks later, to apogee, its most distant point from Earth.

Full Moon

The Full Moon rises at sunset, is visible all night, and is high in the sky around midnight.

Orionids Meteor Shower.

The Orionids are a medium strength shower that sometimes reaches high strength activity. In a normal year the Orionids produce 10-20 shower members at maximum. In exceptional years, such as […]

Masterclass with NASA

Online

Thirty international universities and leadership organisations have confirmed participation at 'Masterclass with NASA on the future of man, economy and the world.' Registration is free!