Tag Archive for 'Creation Museum'

The Recent Lunar Eclipse, a Possible Meteor Shower, and Other Odds and Ends

April’s Lunar Eclipse

I haven’t blogged since the beginning of April, so I have some catching up to do on a few things. My last post was about the April 15 total lunar eclipse and I announced that we would …

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The Total Lunar Eclipse of April 14-15

As I mentioned in my New Year’s blog post about astronomical events in 2014, a total eclipse of the moon will be visible from the U.S. on the night of April 14–15. The following table lists the various portions of …

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Astronomy from the Bottom of Grand Canyon

Sunspotting from Grand Canyon

In my last blog post I wrote about the Questar 3.5-inch telescope that Answers in Genesis recently acquired and about my plans to use it on Grand Canyon raft trips. I got my first chance to use it on a …

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Looking at Sunspots, Comet ISON, and the Planets

sun-spotting

As I mentioned in my first blog post, this year we began Sun Spotting, a program of solar viewing at Johnson Observatory at the Creation Museum:

sun-spotting

The photograph shows a few of our guests participating in one of …

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Welcome to Danny’s Blog!

Welcome to my blog! This is something new for me, so I’ll be learning as I go.

I want to use my blog to keep you informed about what’s going on in astronomy and astronomy-related events at the Creation Museum. …

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