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My very dear friend, mentor, colleague and former professor Katherine Meyer-Canales, Co-Chair of the Saddleback College Astronomy and Physics Department and Advisor to Saddleback’s Astronomy and Physics Club, has recommended this home planetarium software available for FREE. I have not reviewed this yet, so I’m taking her (very reliable) word for this. It is . […]
Ah. I guess there is nothing like being curled up on the sofa in your jammies during a pandemic to watch the incredible, “Seven Minutes of Terror,” involving the Mars Perserverance Landing. You may know that many Mars spacecraft have failed to reach the planet. About 20 years ago, one even failed due to the […]
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