Stargazer

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We hear about planets  and other phenomena to look for, plus continue learning about events in our solar system with a report on Volcanoes on one of earth’s neighbors, as All Things Considered local host Dave Lawrence speaks with Christopher Phillips from the Imiloa Astronomy Center in Hilo for this week's Stargazer.

Photo Courtesy of Shawn Laatsch

We’ve got a variety of planets to look for this week, plus we learn about a new infrared search of outer space, and how it relates to a mysterious plant as HPR’s Dave Lawrence speaks with Christopher Phillips from the Imiloa Astronomy Center in Hilo for today’s Stargazer report.

Photo Courtesy of Shawn Laatsch

We’ve got Jupiter at sunset, Venus in the early morning hours and we learn about a proposed mission to a distant moon as All Things Considered local host Dave Lawrence speaks with Christopher Phillips from the Imiloa Astronomy Center in Hilo for today’s Stargazer report.

Photo Courtesy of Shawn Laatsch

We’ve got several great planet-viewing opportunities, the moon enters its first quarter phase and we learn about a huge planetary discovering from Kepler space telescope as HPR’s Dave Lawrence speaks with Christopher Phillips from the Imiloa Astronomy Center in Hilo for today’s Stargazer report.

Photo Courtesy of Shawn Laatsch

We’ve got Jupiter, Mars, Saturn and Venus for viewing, the ISS passes over the islands and we learn about weather on Mars as HPR’s Dave Lawrence speaks with Christopher Phillips from the Imiloa Astronomy Center in Hilo for today’s Stargazer report.

Below, see material shot in August 2011 displaying warm-season weather on Mars. Scientists think it could demonstrate evidence of salty liquid water still active on the planet today:

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