Jon U. Bell

Sky Watch Host

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Mon Sep 23, 2019            FIRST DAY OF AUTUMN

Mon Sep 16, 2019           


Mon Sep 9, 2019               STAR TREK

Mon Aug 26, 2019            DSCHUBBA, FLARE STAR

During the summer the constellation Scorpius sprawls across our southern evening sky. Its brightest star at the moment is not a star, but a planet – Jupiter. Down below Jupiter is a real star, Antares, not as bright as Jupiter, but it possesses an unmistakable red color, which makes sense because Antares is after all, a red giant star.