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Astronomy for RVers – Black holes are real!

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We finally got the mug shot where only finger prints existed before. By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, astronomers announced that...
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Astronomy for RVers – International Space Station

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The world’s laboratory in the sky By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory The most expensive thing humans have ever built, the International Space Station whips around...
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Astronomy for RVers – Intro to astrophotography – Interested?

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By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory Should you jump into this rabbit hole? So, you bought yourself a nice little telescope and observed a few celestial...
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Asteroids – We may be between a rock and a hard place

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Astronomy for RVers By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory During the formation of our solar system about 4.5 billion years ago there was a lot going...
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Astronomy for RVers – Galaxy season is upon us

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By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory Spring opens a window to the wider universe Over the course of a year here on Earth the night sky...
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Travel log: Astronomers Paradise in New Mexico

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Astronomy for RVers Astronomers Paradise: A little piece of heaven in southwest New Mexico By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory I don’t often write in this feature...
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The upcoming Blood Moon – a rare treat!

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Astronomy for RVers By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory Correction: The eclipse starts on January 20 around 10 p.m. on the East Coast and will run...
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Andromeda – Our sister in the galactic family

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Astronomy for RVers By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory Winter is here and that means some pretty cool, very large and, for some people, naked-eye objects...
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Astronomy for RVers – Orion the Hunter

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Winter's most recognizable constellation returns By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory As the temperatures drop and the nights get longer, a favorite constellation dominates the night...

Astronomy for RVers – The Big Picture (Part 4) – The large scale structure...

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As big as it gets – the large scale structure of the universe By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory (click any image to enlarge) Last time we met...

Astronomy for RVers – The Big Picture (Part 3) – Galaxies, the cosmic neighborhoods

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By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory Hey, everyone. I hope you are all staying warm. It has started to get chilly here in Utah at...

Astronomy for RVers – The Big Picture (Part 2) – Nature’s power houses: the...

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By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory Last we met we talked about the smallest bits of the universe: the comets, asteroids, planets and other detritus...
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