Star Watch Daily – 6/24/18

Hello, Watchers! So, apologies in advance, there are only two articles for today, I did some research and now it’s starting to get close to the Poland v. Columbia match, so I figured I’d just stop. Anyways, welcome to a brand new Sunday afternoon, so it’s time for Star Watch Daily! Number One: Apparently, a […]

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Star Watch Daily – 6/23/18

Hello, Watchers! Welcome to another edition of Star Watch Daily! I actually realized my whole theory of the apparent magnitude being -3.00 or more (-4.00) was wrong. How? The moon is at an apparent magnitude of -2.5 or something like that–*sigh* my stupidity. BREAKING: Solar flare watch! Let me list some things solar flares can […]

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Star Watch Daily – 6/22/18

Hello, Watchers! I can hardly contain my excitement because: Number One: It is summer meteor shower season! The first meteor shower starts today: the June Bootids. Yes, I know I have been hyping this for a while, and you’re probably annoyed because of me doing so. So, when exactly will it start? 11:50 A.M. EST […]

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Star Watch Daily – Update

Hello, Watchers! Happy Summer Solstice and Meteor Shower Season Eve! I’d like to start out by apologizing for not uploading every day. I have been lazy and haven’t put so much as a reminder on my calendar as to when to upload. As a result, I go off my memory. I’d like to apologize for […]

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Star Watch Daily – 6/20/18

Hello, Watchers! Welcome to another edition of Star Watch Daily! Today we have some interesting articles, so let’s read all about it! Number One: Some students launched a pie into space, and it disappeared. I think this is more of the issue of a technical malfunction, but what if there’re life or wind gusts that […]

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Star Watch Daily – 6/16/18

Hello, Watchers! Today we have some interesting articles, so let’s get into it! Number One: Scientists found three planets ‘that are in the process of being born’ (I’m not being sarcastic, I’m making a quote [you probably already knew that though]) around a star. The star is HD 163296, which is ‘four million years old’ (I […]

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