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  • Hundreds attend viewing party for supermoon lunar eclipse

    A coppery-colored moon in total eclipse rose from the eastern horizon Sunday night to the delight of several hundred people gathered for a Spokane Astronomical Society viewing party. Society members …


  • Rare ‘supermoon’ eclipse expected Sunday

    Sunday evening’s shadowing of the moon is getting all of the hype you would expect from an event that has been dubbed the “supermoon” eclipse. It turns out that the …


  • Venus making transit past sun

    Venus is going to move across the face of the sun this afternoon in a rare celestial event, but the weather may not cooperate. Forecasters are calling for a 90 …


  • Solar eclipse moves into view

    A partial solar eclipse on Sunday evening is going to darken one side of the sun to the delight of sky watchers in the Inland Northwest, but clouds could spoil …


  • Turn eyes skyward to glimpse comet Lulin

    Sky watchers will have a chance to see a remote comet over the next several weeks as it passes Earth on what scientists say may be its first excursion through …


  • Comet Lulin to be visible over next few weeks

    Sky-watchers will have a chance to see an unusually remote comet over the next several weeks as it passes Earth on what scientists say may be its first excursion through …


  • Spokane on space watch

    Fifty years ago this month, members of the Inland Northwest’s oldest amateur astronomy organization set up telescopes to track the early orbits of Sputnik 1, the first man-made satellite launched …

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