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6:30 am
Wed January 21, 2015

How come? Kathy Wollard has the answers

The answers to many of life's little mysteries, by Kathy Wollard.
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8:00 am
Sun April 27, 2014

Gulp: Adventures On The Alimentary Canal

New book by Mary Roach explores the inside of each of us.
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6:30 am
Fri April 11, 2014

Total Eclipse of the Moon

Total lunar eclipse takes place during the early morning hours of April 15.

In the early morning hours of April 15 the Earth, Moon and Sun will align, creating a total lunar eclipse visible from anywhere in the Tri-state. The moon will appear coppery red during the eclipse, which is why many refer to it as a “blood moon.” Dr. Wes Ryle, assistant professor of Math and Physics at Thomas More College, and Cincinnati Observatory Assistant Director and Outreach Astronomer Dean Regas discuss the lunar eclipse, and how you can best enjoy the astronomical show.

This Saturday evening Dr. Ryle will offer a presentation on how to prepare for the eclipse, followed by a telescope viewing at The Bank of Kentucky Observatory at TMC. April 14 from 10:00 PM to 4:00 AM you can camp-out on the Observatory grounds to view the eclipse.

The Cincinnati Observatory will hold a lunar eclipse viewing April 15 from 2:00 to 5:30 AM. All viewings at both observatories depend, of course, on the weather.

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6:30 am
Sun March 30, 2014

The Secret Life of Sleep

Sleep, it's what we need. New book by Kat Duff
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The Secret Life of Sleep, by Kat Duff, explores the mysteries of slumber. Duff taps into the enormous reservoir of human experiences, including literature, culture, and spiritual traditions from around the globe, to illuminate the complexities of a world where sleep has become a dwindling resource.

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8:00 am
Sun March 2, 2014

How to Build a Hovercraft

Book shows details on how to do awesome experiments at home, using everyday items.
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