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Williams College Faculty, Alumna, and Staff Observe Solar Eclipse’s Effects on Weather

Williams College Faculty, Alumna, and Staff Observe Solar Eclipse’s Effects on Weather

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Summer 2016 Planetarium Shows

Hopkins Observatory Announces Summer Planetarium Schedule

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THE GREAT AMERICAN TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE IS COMING SOON

Excitement is gathering about the total solar eclipse that will sweep across the continental United States on August 21, 2017. Williams College astronomy professor Jay Pasachoff, a veteran of 63 solar eclipses, is describing how to prepare the public for the great event in a press conference at the meeting of the Solar Physics Division

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Scientific Observations Planned for Monday’s Transit of Mercury

Scientific Observations Planned for Monday’s Transit of Mercury

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National Geographic’s Committee for Research and Exploration awards a grant for the 2017 total solar eclipse expedition

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NSF Awards $264,000 to Williams College and Other Institutions to Support Student-Faculty Research in Astronomy

NSF Awards $264,000 to Williams College and Other Institutions to Support Student-Faculty Research in Astronomy

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National Geographic Explorer Moment of the Week: August 2015

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/explorers/explorer-moment-of-week/

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Triennial General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union in Hawaii, August 2015

Williams College faculty and alumni at the International Astronomical Union’s General Assembly in Honolulu, August 2015.

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Williams College Expedition to the March 20 total solar eclipse

A team including Williams College professor of astronomy Jay Pasachoff and junior astrophysics major Allison Carter ’16 will be part of an expedition to study the solar corona at the March 20, 2015, total solar eclipse in Svalbard, halfway between the top of Norway and the north pole.  The expedition was supported by a grant to

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Keck Northeast Astronomy Consortium

During July 14th through July 15th, Karen Kwitter and Steven Souza represented Williams College at the Keck Northeast Astronomy Consortium summer faculty meeting held at Haverford.

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