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NMAI Profile: Jeff Haozous
Historical Precision in Indian Law
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Delta Aquarid Meteors Kick Off Sparkling Summer
The slightly mysterious Delta Aquarid meteor shower is in full swing this week, peaking on July 28 and 29 for those who don’t mind getting up mega-early or staying up way past thei...
Moon and Jupiter in Shimmering Dance Under Midsummer Stars
A shimmering sight awaits anyone who looks westward on July 8 or 9, as the waxing crescent moon rises almost in tandem with luminous Jupiter...
Ancient Observatory Brings Old Knowledge to New Viewers
During this year’s summer solstice at the site of the Jeffers Petroglyphs in southwestern Minnesota, knowledge of astronomy and geometry developed by ancient Native people thousand...
Rare Pair: Summer Solstice and Full Strawberry Moon Salute Turtle Island With Light
At precisely 6:34 p.m...
Mars at Closest Approach to Earth Since 2005, and the Mayans Saw It Coming
You might have seen a ruddy, unblinking light in the night sky lately, more or less in the vicinity of the moon...
Transit of Mercury: Watch Livestream as Planet Crosses in Front of Sun
It’s not nearly as rare as a transit of Venus, and perhaps not as captivating to the popular imagination as Mercury in retrograde, but the closest planet to our sun is at this very...
Ojibwe Cosmos: Mercury in Retrograde, Earthly Stardust and Intricate Stellar Maps
Even though a sprinkling of snow fell just this Thursday in northern Minnesota, any arrows shot earlier at Wintermaker apparently have hastened his final departure from the sky...
Tumbling Emerald Comet Flies By Earth, as Jupiter Kisses Moon
Two messengers from the stars are sweeping past Mother Earth on March 21 and 22, heralding the new spring, and Jupiter will cosy up to the moon...
Field Trip to a Sacred Realm: Astronomy Program Takes Native Kids on a Cosmic Ride
The elders call the stars “distant campfires,” akin to the hearths of a beloved auntie or uncle. “We have relatives around those campfires,” said Jim Rock, Sisseton Dakota...
Invisible Super Moon Yanks Around Spring Tides
It’s super moon season again, and like last year, the first three of six are invisible to the eye, though they will influence tides...
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