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10 photo(s) Updated on: 17 Dec 2011
  • The Orion Nebula. A nursery, clearly visible through binoculars is where stars are born.
  • Pleiades, also known as the "Seven Sisters" is one of Earths closest Star Clusters. The formation will last for another 250 million years before these beautiful stars drift away from each other.
  • Design your own Planet activity from Kids Astronomy Blast-Off Night. 1/14/12
  • Draw your own planet from an actual Hubble photograph. Kids Astronomy Blast-Off Night 1/14/12
  • One of the kids was asked what they were holding while blindfolded. The answer turned out to be a meteorite, and trust me, it was heavy! Kids Astronomy Blast-Off Night 1/14/12
  • Jonathan Hodge delighting a packed house for our first ever kids astronomy night. 1/14/12
  • Jonathan is breaking the kids up into groups for the activities. Kids Astronomy Blast-Off Night 1/14/12
  • Jonathan yet again. Kids Astronomy Blast-Off Night 1/14/12
  • NGC891
  • M31 - The Great Nebula in Andromeda
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