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EarthSky Tonight—Nov 16, Leonid meteors peak before

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 16, Leonid meteors peak before dawn November 17 and 18

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org Here is the radiant point for the Leonid meteor shower. The 2010 Leonid meteor shower is expected to peak before dawn on Wednesday, November 17, or Thursday, November 18. If you have a dark sky – far from city lights – you might see as many as 10 to 15 meteors per hour at the shower’s peak. The best time to watch will be after the moon sets in the wee hours before dawn. Many ask about the radiant points ... Full Story

Obituary: Benjamin Daniel Haskew

Obituary: Benjamin Daniel Haskew

  Benjamin Daniel Haskew June 14, 1974 – November 9, 2010   Benjamin Daniel Haskew was born at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico on June 14, 1974 to Dr. Stephen W. Haskew and Anne Haskew.  He passed away on November 9, 2010. His early years were spent with his family in Colorado, upstate New York, Tucson, AZ and then to Lyons, CO in 1986.  Ben attended Lyons High School and graduated from Olde Columbine High School in 1993.  He was married with 4 children. Ben loved working ... Full Story

Bowl Championship Series—Week 5

Bowl Championship Series—Week 5

No change in the top 10 teams from last week. Alabama and Michigan State swapped the #11 and #12 spots while Iowa dropped seven places to the 20th position and Utah fell from #14 to #23.

Air Force upsets No. 3 Yale, 4-3

Air Force upsets No. 3 Yale, 4-3

Air Force upsets No. 3 Yale, 4-3, as Carew nets game-winner USAFA, Colo. –Air Force scored four unanswered goals in the third period for a 4-3 win over third-ranked Yale in a non-conference college hockey game Sunday, Nov. 14, in front of a sellout crowd at the Academy’s Cadet Ice Arena. Air Force, 3-6 overall, handed Yale its first loss of the season after five straight wins. Yale came into the game as the nation’s top scoring team at just under six goals per game. The win ties as the ... Full Story

Berthoud CARES thanks Berthoud Community Fund

Berthoud CARES thanks Berthoud Community Fund

Berthoud CARES PO Box 869 Berthoud, CO 80513 November 12, 2010 Dear Editor: On behalf of the Board of Directors of Berthoud CARES, we would like to extend our thanks to the Berthoud Community Fund and the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado for their support of our organization and our Kids Helping Kids grant program, which has been designed to lend immediate financial assistance to those children and families within the Berthoud community.  Thanks to this grant assistance, Berthoud ... Full Story

Kudos to the Moon Theater Company

Kudos to the Moon Theater Company

To the Editor: Kudos to director Kathleen Gruman and the cast and crew of Moon Theatre Company's just-ended run of You Can't Take it with You. Thanks for treating the Berthoud community to a funny and professional-quality production. As all of us deal with the effects of our economy's downturn and many are vowing to live more simply, Grandpa's line "You can't take it with you" has renewed meaning. Outstanding acting and directing, a comfortable venue, the chance to talk with old friends ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 15, Waxing moon close to

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 15, Waxing moon close to Jupiter

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org Given clear skies tonight, everyone around the world will see the waxing gibbous moon close to the solar system’s largest planet, Jupiter. After the moon, Jupiter is easily the brightest celestial object in the November 2010 evening sky. But – generally speaking – Jupiter ranks as the fourth brightest celestial object in all the sky, after the sun, moon and planet Venus, respectively. Venus won’t rise into ... Full Story

Denver Broncos Need to Toughen-Up

  Broncos must improve last-ranked run offense in NFL season’s second half By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer When Josh McDaniels was introduced as the 12th head coach in Denver Broncos history, he explained that he wanted to assemble a tough, physical football team. That “tough, physical” mantra has been reiterated more than a few times over the last two-plus years. Yet, right now McDaniels’ Broncos have all the toughness of the cast of “Glee.” Toughness and physicality on the football ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 14, Waxing moon approaching

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 14, Waxing moon approaching Jupiter

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org Given clear skies, everyone around the world will see the blazing planet Jupiter reaching its highest point tonight around 8 p.m. local time tonight. Moreover, everyone will see the waxing gibbous moon to the west of Jupiter. Watch as Jupiter chases the moon westward across the sky throughout the evening hours tonight. Depending on where you live worldwide, the moon will set in the west at late evening or after ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 13, Big Dipper bowl points to

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 13, Big Dipper bowl points to bright star Capella

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org You can use the Big Dipper to find the brilliant star Capella in the constellation Auriga the Charioteer. The top two bowl stars point toward Capella, as we depict on today’s sky chart. The phrase spring up and fall down gives you some idea of the Big Dipper’s place in the evening sky. On fall evenings, the Big Dipper sits way down low in the northern sky. On spring evenings, the Big Dipper shines high ... Full Story

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