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'Best meteor shower of 2007' hitting its peak

...could be observed, "but around 80 an hour is more usual and what is predicted." Andy Veh, an assistant professor of physics and mathematics at Kenai Peninsula College, said the Geminid meteor shower is unique for another reason. "It's...

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January promises starry nights

...completes the count to seven or jumps over it and therefore recycling takes longer. Andy Veh is an assistant professor of physics and mathematics at Kenai Peninsula College.

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The Sky Guy

...staring up, you're bound to see a few artificial satellites moving across the sky. Andy Veh is an assistant professor of physics and mathematics at Kenai Peninsula College.

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Winter sky provides brilliant views

...sunset two weeks earlier than the solstice and the latest sunrise two weeks later. Andy Veh is an assistant professor of physics and mathematics at Kenai Peninsula College.

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