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Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of United Astronomy Clubs of NJ and the National Space Society, bringing you the March 2019 Starwatch for the WNTI.ORG. It’s the month of March. Spring is in the air. Birds are chirping and plants are blooming. It’s a time for new birth and new life. The first day of spring […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of United Astronomy Clubs of NJ, and the National Space Society bringing you the February Starwatch for the WNTI listening area. If you were ever searching for pixies, elves, and sprites, you might be able to find them in our atmosphere. They   are an amazing upper atmosphere phenomena, spotted as brief […]

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. In this season of Thanksgiving, you may not see a turkey constellation in the sky, but you are able to see a turkey foot. This group of stars as […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of the United Astronomy Clubs of NJ, and the National Space Society bringing you the September 2018 Starwatch for the WNTI listening area. Would you ever guess that life exists in hot geysers, cold Antarctic ice, inside rocks, and at the bottom of the ocean in hydrothermal vents? It’s amazing where […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of United Astronomy Clubs of NJ and the National space Society, bringing you the August Starwatch for the WNTI listening area. As you look up at the stars, you may see patterns that form constellations, or a twinkling of stars. The ancient skywatchers saw a constant and dependable cycling of the […]

Hello! I’m Karl Hricko of the United Astronomy Clubs of NJ, and the National Space Society, bringing you the July 2018 Starwatch for WNTI.ORG. If you look up at the sky on a clear night, you’ll see a yellow supergiant star that is 5 times the size of our Sun. It takes 430 years for […]


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