87th AMS Annual Meeting

Thursday, 18 January 2007: 2:30 PM
Stargazing Highlights in 2007
205 (Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center)
J. Kelly Beatty, Night Sky Magazine, Cambridge, MA
The coming year promises to be a good one for celestial events. There'll be three total lunar eclipses over the next 14 months (after more than 2 years without any at all), and the annual Perseid and Gemind meteor showers will occur in nearly moonless skies. Learn how to alert viewers to see the Space Shuttle and Space Station when they pass overhead. And get tips on rock-solid web resources to help answer viewers' questions — or your own — about what's going on in the night sky.

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