Astronomy 101 

Pics, News, Information,

Resources, Events, Gear


  Exact Time






Custom Search


   ASTRONOMY101 GURU Custom Search on Anything! - Try it now!
  Get a job now!  1000s of Jobs!   Click any job:  

Mainframes Jobs


COBOL, SysProg, ASM,

Proj Mgrs, QA, Support

Software101 Jobs

JAVA, .NET, C++, C#


Internet, Web dev

 FIRE101 Jobs

Firemen, Volunteer,

EMT, EMS, Emergency,

Firefighters, Chief

 POLICE101 Jobs

Police Officers, Cops

Law Enforcement,

Paralegal, Forensics


Lab Techs, Interns,

Gene Research, Medical

Genomes, Biotech

 Nursing101 Jobs

Clinical, Emergency, ICU

LPN, RN, Travel, Home

Nurse Practitioners


z101 menu learn something new today





     Live EBAY Auctions 

1940 Star Altitude Curves Latitudes 50 Degree to 70 Degree North by Weems 3rd Ed
End Date: Saturday Mar-3-2018 5:53:36 PST
Buy It Now for only: $14.99
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

Star Altitude Curves Latitudes 20 Degree to 50 Degree South by Weems 3rd Edition
End Date: Saturday Mar-17-2018 18:13:01 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $75.00
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

ASTRONOMY Concepts Parallax Comets Degree etc - (9) Nine 1820 Prints by A. Rees
End Date: Wednesday Feb-28-2018 11:15:48 PST
Buy It Now for only: $18.00
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

Star Altitude Curves Latitudes 0 Degree to 20 Degree South by Weems 3rd Edition
End Date: Friday Mar-16-2018 18:33:51 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $75.00
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

1.25" 90-degree Telescope Zenith Mirror for Eyepiece Astronomy Zenith Mirror US
End Date: Friday Mar-9-2018 17:22:44 PST
Buy It Now for only: $15.57
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

FUJI (FUJINON) 7 x 50 Rubber Coated BINOCULARS Angle 7.3 Degree
$150.00 (2 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Feb-25-2018 18:15:48 PST
Bid now | Add to watch list

$30.00 (1 Bid)
End Date: Friday Mar-2-2018 6:23:07 PST
Bid now | Add to watch list

Celestron 52332 TrailSeeker 80 - 45 Degree Spotting Scope(Black)
End Date: Sunday Mar-11-2018 9:27:36 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $269.00
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

 Binoculars, Nikon, 10x50 6.5 Degrees, Model Lookout IV, No-Slip Covering 
$46.00 (3 Bids)
End Date: Saturday Feb-24-2018 8:18:08 PST
Bid now | Add to watch list

Celestron TrailSeeker 100, 45 Degree Angle Spotting Scope - 22-67x #52334
End Date: Tuesday Mar-13-2018 7:19:42 PDT
Buy It Now for only: $399.49
Buy It Now | Add to watch list

         Internet Search Results 

Resources | Benedictine College
1020 North 2nd Street. Atchison, KS 66002 (800) 467-5340. DIRECTIONS

Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse -
Due to the limited and early-morning timing of the event, Benedictine College’s Daglen Observatory will not host a viewing of the “Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse” on January 31.

Chemistry Degrees, Online Chemistry Degrees
Q: I am interested in studying chemistry. Will an online chemistry degree provide me the same quality of education? A: If you are looking for online chemistry degrees, it is advisable that you only select accredited programs, which are recognized by an authentic agency.

Natural Sciences Degrees | Top Universities
If, when you picture yourself at university, you’re either in a lab or wrestling with a complex set of equations, then you’re probably heading for a natural sciences degree.

Free Astronomy Lesson 11 - The Positions of the Planets
Teaches details of planetary motion and how it affects our view of the planets

University of Sussex | Academic Ranking of World ...
New 2017 Top 500 world university rankings conducted by CWCU of Shanghai Jiao Tong University (Academic Ranking of World Universities).

University of Lethbridge Programs & Degrees | Graduate ...
The department of Women & Gender Studies at the University of Lethbridge offers a dynamic, inter-disciplinary and rigorous Master of Arts in Women & Gender Studies.




    * Latest Astronomy in the News * 


This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at

Astronomy: March's planetary blossoms - Longmont Times-Call
Longmont Times-Call
The first thing acute skywatchers will notice these March nights is the sudden copious bloom of naked-eye planets that have been conspicuously absent for months.

and more »


Rider University Physicist Talks Astronomy at MCCC Lecture March 1
Bochanski will outline how large, digital surveys of the night sky have revolutionized astronomy now that astronomers are no longer tethered to their telescopes and have access to terabytes of data on hundreds of millions of celestial objects ...

Daily Mail

Could we face a mini ice age in the next 30 years? | Daily Mail Online
Daily Mail
Valentina Zharkova, a professor of mathematics at Northumbria University has warned that Britain may be hit by a mini ice age in little over a decade.

and more »

Astronomy Now Online

See asteroid 2018 CB's close encounter on 9 February
Astronomy Now Online
Discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey on 4 February, Apollo-class asteroid 2018 CB is believed to be 20 to 40 metres in size and orbits the Sun once every 611 days. This space rock flies past Earth at a distance less than one-fifth that of the Moon at ...


Astronomers reveal secrets of most distant supernova ever detected
Before the explosion. Credit: Mat Smith and DES collaboration. Lead author of the study Dr. Mathew Smith, of the University of Southampton, said: "It's thrilling to be part of the survey that has discovered the oldest known supernova. DES16C2nm is ...

and more »


Teasing Biosignatures From Exoearths May Still Require A Flotilla Of Space Telescopes
As noted here previously, interferometry is one of the most difficult and precise observing techniques in all of astronomy. That's because, simply put, interferometry uses the wavelike nature of electromagnetic (or photonic radiation) to constructively ...

Mobile Astronomy: Watch the 'Demon Star' Change in Brightness in a Single Night
Perseus' brightest star, Mirfak (also known as Algenib or Alpha Persei), is easy to pick out because it's brighter than any other nearby star, except yellowish Capella, which sits about 19 degrees (or a span the size of two fists) above it. If you ...

Astronomy for February: Could a fireball knock Earth out of orbit?
Akron Beacon Journal
The first morning of February finds Jupiter rising at 1:54 a.m., followed by Mars at 2:58, and then Saturn at 5:27. As the month progresses, you'll see the three planets spread across the dawn sky. Also on Thursday, Regulus — the heart of Leo — is ...

Astronomy Now Online

See dwarf planet Ceres at opposition on 31 January
Astronomy Now Online
... when the body was 1.583 astronomical units, or 236.8 million kilometres (147.2 million miles) distant. Ceres reaches opposition in the small hours of 31 January and shines at its peak magnitude of +6.9 for 2018 (fading to +7.3 by the beginning of ...

ASTRONOMY101.COM --- Astronomy Pics, News, Information, News, Resources, Space Exploration, Telescopes, Astronomy Supplies. and Lots More
Need to Find information on any subject? ASK THE ASTRONOMY101 GURU! - Images from Wikipedia

 * Contact us:

Copyright © 2007-2013 ASTRONOMY101.COM