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Rain didn't wash away excitement for John Glenn Astronomy Park opening

Logan Daily News - 4 weeks ago
Retired electrical engineer, astrophotographer and past President at the Columbus Astronomical Society Isaac Cruz spoke to The Logan Daily News saying he helped with the design of the slots, which...

Tri-City things to do for June 22-June 30

Tri-City Herald - 4 weeks ago
Star Party at the Reach, 8:30-11 p.m., The Reach, 1943 Columbia Park Trail, Richland. Free. Tri-City Astronomy Club members bring their telescopes and their passion for astronomy to share with the...

Tri-City things to do for July 13-22

Tri-City Herald - 6 days ago
Planetarium shows, “Two Small Pieces of Glass: The Amazing Telescope”, 7 p.m., and “Bad Astronomy: Myths and Misconceptions”, 8 p.m., CBC's Bechtel National Planetarium, 2600 N. 20th...

Out and About

The Columbus Dispatch - 2 weeks ago
Star Party - The Richland Astronomical Society members will be on hand at Pleasant Hill Lake Park with scopes and star gazing equipment to learn and see the Milky Way Galaxy and beyond. Meet at...

Events

Columbia Star - 7 days ago
Richland One's Challenger Learning Center offers campers a summer of adventure for children ages seven–18, including Intro to Drones (camp full) for ages nine-14 years July 23–26, 9 a.m.–1...

Texas colleges dominate choices of Tarrant County valedictorians, salutatorians

Dallas News - 2 weeks ago
... Christian University. Richland High School. (V) Taylor Nicole Pipes, 18, of North Richland Hills will major in biomedical engineering at the University of North Texas. (S) Carlyn Rene Thomsen,...

From idea to reality

Astronomy Magazine - 3 months ago
Having done countless programs for the public as a member of the Columbus Astronomical Society (CAS) and a volunteer at Perkins Observatory near Delaware, Ohio, I had been on the receiving end of...

Expect more visitors to Tri-Cities as $10 million Discovery Hall opens

Tri-City Herald - 3 months ago
A hundred people will gather in Richland on Tuesday, just a day after a $9.8 million building constructed to allow scientists to gather and collaborate opened at Pacific Northwest National...

LIST: Outstanding graduating seniors in Richland One

WACH.com - 2 months ago
At Lower Richland, he is active in track and field, JROTC, Student Council, the Technology Student Association, National Society of Black Engineers, Upward Bound Trio Program and the Columbia Youth...

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Stingel Elementary students learn through outreach programs

Richland Source - 8 months ago
The highlight of the night came later in the evening when the space station and Saturn came into view. Several of the volunteers from Warren Rupp shared their knowledge about astronomy and telescopes...

Family helping Lizzy Myers, 5, see world before blindness

Mansfield News Journal - 3 yearss ago
BELLVILLE – Even with a dimming filter the glow of the moon lit up Elizabeth Myers's face as she peered into giant telescope Big Blue at Warren Rupp Observatory Tuesday night. After many nights...

How to safely view the solar eclipse in Mansfield

Mansfield News Journal - 11 months ago
MANSFIELD - America is gearing up for the solar event of a lifetime, but if you're hoping to see the solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, you'll want to make plans now. Looking directly at the...

Lizzy Myers' parents want to help other children with vision impairment

Mansfield News Journal - 11 months ago
LEXINGTON - The parents of Lizzy Myers, the little girl who may lose her eyesight, saw her story attract international attention. Because people responded so strongly to the Lexington girl's...

Circus in Lexington raises money for Visual Bucket List Foundation

Richland Source - 2 months ago
Through the generosity of others, Lizzy has received a private tour at the Warren Rupp Observatory and went on a trip to Rome. This inspired the family to give back, which they've done since...

Lizzy in Rome: 'The whole trip was a miracle,' mom says

Mansfield News Journal - 2 yearss ago
Editor's Note: Former News Journal reporter Kaitlin Durbin wrote the first story about Lizzy Myers' visit to the Warren Rupp Observatory on July 30, 2015. The story sparked international...

US girl going blind sees Pope as part of 'bucket list'

Reuters - 2 yearss ago
Lizzy gave the pope a piece of a meteorite she was given when she was a special guest at the Warren Rupp Observatory in Mansfield, Ohio, one of the first places on her parents' list. Her mother...

Tammy Plotner Has Passed Away

Universe Today - 3 yearss ago
Hi, I'm Mike Romine, the current president of the Richland Astronomical Society, at Warren Rupp Observatory, in Mansfield, Ohio. This email is to inform you, and I hope you'll pass it along...

Parents create 'visual bucket list' for daughter before she goes blind

Today.com - 3 yearss ago
Steve Myers wants his 5-year-old daughter to catch as many fireflies as she can. He wants to take her on hikes to nearby mountaintops, visit the zoo and look through observatory telescopes as often...

 

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