Astronomy

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of the United Astronomy Clubs of NJ and the National Space Society, bringing you the November Starwatch for the WNTI listening area. Although there’s no turkey among the stars, you are able to see a turkey foot. This group of stars as seen by some Native Americans, actually is a piece […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko for the United Astronomy Clubs of NJ and the National Space Society, bringing you the September Starwatch for WNTI.ORG. Did you know that the Sphinx has an astronomic riddle? What happens when the Sun sets on the right shoulder of the Sphinx?  It marks the spring and the autumn equinoxes. It’s […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of the United Astronomy Clubs of NJ and the National Space Society, bringing you the August Starwatch for WNTI-The Sound of Centenary It was on the “Starry Night” that Venus is seen surrounded by a myriad of scintillating bright stars, while the Moon is in crescent phase. This is a scene […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of United Astronomy Clubs of NJ and the National Space Society, bringing you the July starwatch for WNTI.ORG Summer is here! And so are the Dog Days of summer. We normally think of them as being hot and humid days. For the Egyptians, these days are when the Nile floods and […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of the United Astronomy Clubs of NJ and the National Space Society, bringing you the November Starwatch for WNTI.ORG. Did you know that your head is getting older than your feet? That’s because your head is farther away from the gravity of the Earth. This is a result of Einstein’s Relativity […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of United Astronomy Clubs of NJ and the National Space Society, bringing you the October Starwatch for the WNTI.ORG Who started Halloween? It was the Seven Sisters in heaven. Actually, we can only see six of them. These are the six visible stars in the Pleaides star cluster. In Greek mythology, […]


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