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Archive for January 31, 2010

Earthsky Tonight, February 1, 2010: Moon and Saturn

Earthsky Tonight, February 1, 2010: Moon and Saturn rise in late evening

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org You’ll have to stay up fairly late to see the moon and the planet Saturn tonight – or wake up early tomorrow. Our chart shows the eastern sky at around 10 to 11 p.m. The moon rises first. Then Saturn follows the moon above the horizon a bit later. For the precise rising time of the moon and Saturn into your sky, check the links on our almanac page. After they rise, the moon and Saturn travel westward ... Full Story

Berthoud Wrestlers have a busy week

By Denise Schump This week was a busy week for the Spartan Wrestling team with the last home duel meet of the season against Fort Morgan’s Mustangs on Thursday and a road trip to Security/ Widefield for the annual Gladiator Duels meet in Colorado Springs on Saturday. The Spartans came up on top against the Mustangs with a score of 41 to 34. Thursday was also senior night and both senior Spartan wrestlers chalked up points for the team with Marcus Lucero edging out Fort Morgan’s Derek ... Full Story

Berthoud boys win over Sterling in overtime

Sterling overcame a 7-point deficit in the first half to force the Spartans into overtime, but Berthoud prevailed in the overtime when Greg Hutchins sank a 3 pointer with less than 3 seconds remaining on the clock. This was a great win for the Spartans over a previously undefeated team that was ranked eighth in the state and second in standing in the league. It looks like the Spartans are starting to hit their stride and bodes well for the playoffs. Record 8-7-0 / League ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight, January 31, 2010: Watch for Leo the

Earthsky Tonight, January 31, 2010: Watch for Leo the Lion, harbinger of spring

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org The moon, planets and stars – like the sun – rise in the east and set in the west. Tonight, the waning gibbous moon will rise an hour or so after nightfall. However, the constellation Leo the Lion won’t be totally above the horizon until about 2 hours after darkness falls. Like the sun, the stars swing full circle across the sky once a day. Unlike the sun, however, the stars return to the same place in the sky in ... Full Story

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