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The Sky Guy

...Saturn and Leo's Regulus shining like faint headlights, however, the Kenai Mountains probably obscure that view. Andy Veh is the physics and astronomy instructor at Kenai Peninsula College. He can be reached at aveh@uaa.alaska.edu.

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The Sky Guy

...nonchalant any discovery and new development in astronomy is so exciting that a question of definition is only secondary. Andy Veh is the physics and astronomy instructor at Kenai Peninsula College. He can be reached at aveh@uaa.alaska.edu.

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Planets appear on horizon, stars in the south this month

...available at Fred Meyer and Safeway, and online monthly sky charts at skymaps.com and at skytonight.com. Andy Veh is the physics and astronomy instructor at Kenai Peninsula College. He can be reached at aveh@uaa.alaska. edu.

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Plenty of planets to see in February

...and every four years we insert the accumulated four times .25 equals one extra day as Feb. 29, or leap year. Andy Veh is the physics and astronomy instructor at Kenai Peninsula College. He can be reached at aveh@uaa.alaska.edu.

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Stars for your valentine

...at 7 p.m. at Kenai Peninsula College, probably covering observation techniques and doing outside observations. Andy Veh is the physics and astronomy instructor at Kenai Peninsula College. He can be reached at aveh@uaa.alaska. edu.

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Waning sights leaves stargazer feeling creative

...t be taken as encouragement for the accuracy of horoscopes, as there is still a failure rate of 85-90 percent. Andy Veh is the physics and astronomy instructor at Kenai Peninsula College. He can be reached at aveh@uaa. alaska.edu.

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The Sky Guy

...apogee at 255,000 miles, the farthest point from Earth in its orbit, compared to an average 240,000 miles. Andy Veh is the physics and astronomy instructor at Kenai Peninsula College. He can be reached at aveh@uaa.alaska.edu.

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