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Andrew Fazekas
Attended McGill University
Lives in Montreal, Canada
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Check out my Nat Geo viewer's guide to the total lunar eclipse for more details: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/04/140410-lunar-eclipse-blood-moon-space-viewing-guide/#close-modal  
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heavenly bauble up close!
A  cosmic diamond ring is the best way to describe the haunting beauty of a distant star in its final moments of life. Located some 2,500 light-years from Earth within the belly of a mythical water snake, Abell 33 (also known as PK238+34.1) represents the final remains of a sunlike star that has thrown its…
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Look up at these amazing stargazing sights in the coming days!
Fantastic fault lines and planetary close encounters this week offer sky-watchers some impressive cosmic views of the heavens. The lunar wall. The first quarter moon, which comes into view on Monday, April 7, offers the best moment this month to view, in small telescopes, an amazing lunar feature called the lunar wall, or Rupes Recta (sometimes called the…
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Check out my Nat Geo viewer's guide to the total lunar eclipse for more details: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/04/140410-lunar-eclipse-blood-moon-space-viewing-guide/#close-modal  
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Check out Mars at it Best in the sky this week! Here is my viewer's guide...
You may have noticed that fiery-orange-hued, beacon-like star rising in the eastern evening sky—the planet Mars. No better time exists than now to get close and personal with the red planet. On Tuesday, April 8, the dusty, ruddy world reaches what is known as opposition, when the planet and the sun are on opposite sides…
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I am really looking forward to chatting with people who are pushing the frontiers of space exploration!
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Maybe either a contrail, meteor or space junk- but why it may be so eye catchy is because the setting sun is lighting up the cloud..  just an idea.  
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Astronomy popularizer, writer and broadcaster
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  • Astronomy writer/broadcaster and stargazer, present
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The Night Sky Guy
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Never met a clear night sky I didn't like
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  • McGill University
    M.Sc. Natural Sciences, 1997
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