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12:13

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It's about time too!

KEN CAMPBELL The Night Sky

...longitude was fixed at Greenwich England in 1884. Greenwich was chosen because of the astronomical connections set down by the likes of Isaac Newton and Edmund Halley, that enabled sailors to use the moon to navigate and fix their longitude more accurately. ... that local time would run more slowly at very high speeds. To test this theory an atomic clock was placed on board the Apollo rockets that travelled to the moon. On its return, the clock was found to be running out of sync with atomic clocks on Earth.

14:51

What to do

Top acts confirmed for Castle Park Music 2018

Tony Bryant

...continues with the South Moon Festival -an event for electronic music purists - on Saturday 2 June, and the Music Box Festival - a night of rock music - on Saturday 23rd. British concert pianist, James Rhodes will take to the stage in the castle on Friday

18:38

Opinion

Wordless legacy

Héctor Barbotta

...humanity to become fully aware of itself and its surroundings. Putting a man on the moon was nothing in comparison. There have also been terrible episodes, but history has not been mean with this country. Part of its legacy is a national anthem with no

13:27

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The rings of Saturn

KEN CAMPBELL the night sky

June will be a great month for observing the planet Saturn. The ringed planet comes to opposition on 18 June when it will be at its closest to Earth and directly opposite the Sun. It will rise in the southeast at sunset, be due south and at its highe

15:02

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Phaethon's tail

KEN CAMPBELL

Geminid shower to possibly hundreds of meteors per hour. You won't be able to see the asteroid with the naked eye - it's too small and too far away - but you will be able to see the meteor shower and as the moon will be out of the way this year, it could

11:13

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The Leonid shower

KEN CAMPBELL

...be up to that standard but with the moon being out of the way it should still be a good showing. Remember if you do manage to see a shooting star then make a wish as they always come true!

13:51

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Finding Leo the lion

KEN CAMPBELL The Night SKY

...lion is depicted by a 'reversed question mark' of stars with the bright star Regulus at its base. To help you find it, the Moon will be very close to Regulus on 10 March. The rest of the body of the lion forms a rectangle of stars with the bright

11:35

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6 October 1592: The day that never was...

Charles Dowles

...to the Bible, Jesus' death and resurrection occurred around the time of the Jewish Passover, which was celebrated on the first full moon following the spring equinox. The Gregorian calendar also slightly altered when a leap year occurs. Now, a leap

11:31

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God of the sky

KEN CAMPBELL The Night Sky

Uranus is just about visible to the naked eye under perfect conditions but had always been thought of as just another star. It was not until 1781 that the English astronomer Sir William Herschel observed it through his telescope and recognised it as