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Shown above is the Supernova Pictograph in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. This is a really interesting piece of archeoastronomy for me because I saw this pictograph in real life with my dad. The artwork is said to depict a supernova that occurred in 1054 AD and would have been visible in the New Mexico skyContinue reading “Archeoastronomy in Chaco Canyon”
Two solstices occur every year, one on June 21 and one on December 21. These are the two points on the ecliptic at which the distance from the celestial equator is maximized. As shown in this video , the summer solstice is the first day of summer and also the longest day of the year.Continue reading “Solstices!”
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