Dean Regas
Outreach Astronomer, Cincinnati Observatory
Co-host of PBS' Star Gazers
Cincinnati, Ohio

Sep. 18, 2015

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.

Jun. 05, 2015

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.

science club, sun, secretary of energy, ariel zych, charles bergquist

Mar. 20, 2015

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.

caroline herschel, william herschel, astronomy, astronomer, one last thing, dean regas

Oct. 03, 2014

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.

lunar eclipse, solar eclipse, space, dean regas, eric teske, astronomy

May. 23, 2014

New Meteor Shower May Offer Skygazers a Treat...Or Not

Late Friday night, Earth will sail through debris left by the comet 209P/LINEAR. Scientists are calling the shower the Camelopardalids.

meteor shower, camelopardalids, dean regas, astronomy, comet, meteor, sky

Aug. 09, 2013

Comet Dust Brings a Spectacular Sky Show

The annual Perseid meteor shower, produced by remnants of the Swift-Tuttle comet, is back.

perseid meteor shower, perseids, meteor, swift-tuttle, comet, dean regas, Cincinnati Observatory

May. 18, 2012

Planning for a Solar Sky Show

Want to see a ring of fire? We’ll tell you how to see Sunday’s solar eclipse.

sun, solar eclipse, ring of fire, sky, astronomy, solar system


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Paleontologists Lindsay Zanno and Kenneth Lacovara share what made them clap—and cringe—while watching Jurassic World.

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