Dean Regas is outreach astronomer at the Cincinnati Observatory and co-host of the PBS program Star Gazers in Cincinnati, Ohio.
This Weekend, Take Time For The Moon
From the Orionid meteor shower to International Observe The Moon Night, it’s a great weekend to look up.
Watch Mercury Lap The Sun
About 13 times a century, Mercury darts across the blazing disc of the sun. Catch the transit yourself this Monday, November 11th.
With Summer Around The Corner, A Guide To The Night Skies
Astronomer Dean Regas gives tips for astronomical sights to try to spot in the months ahead.
Space Trivia, and a Cosmic Trip Planner
Astronomer Dean Regas shares some of his favorite stellar facts, and offers tips for the big skywatching event of 2017: the solar eclipse.
Preparing for a Stellar Show
Dean Regas shares tips for viewing the upcoming transit of Mercury, and other sights in the spring skies.
Cancer Immunotherapy, Fear in the Natural World, and Abolishing Time Zones
Fine-tuning cancer immunotherapy and the good and bad of eliminating time zones.
Keeping an Eye on Our Celestial Companion
Dean Regas, outreach astronomer at the Cincinnati Observatory and co-host of the PBS series “Star Gazers,” shares moon-viewing tips and a dose of lunar lore.
How You Explained the Sun
Science Friday’s Science Club has been on a month-long exploration of the sun: what it is, how we see it, and its effects on our lives.
Sweeping the Skies, More Than 200 Years Ago
Astronomer Caroline Herschel was born 265 years ago this week, on March 16, 1750. She was the first woman to receive a salary for astronomical research.
Catching a Glimpse of an Eclipse
This month, North America will be under the skies of a full lunar eclipse on October 8 and a partial solar eclipse on October 23.