Eric Erickson has written the Night Sky article for the Sunday  New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung since August 7, 2016.  This continues the tradition begun by Larry Pratt.  Pratt's first astronomy column for the paper appeared on August 9, 2008 and his last column appeared July 17, 2016.

 

August 2, 2020 Clouds in My Coffee
July 26, 2020 Destination Mars
July 19, 2020 Great Comets
July 12, 2020 Dust Storms on Mars
July 5, 2020 Supergiant Stars
June 28, 2020 Winds of Pluto
June 21, 2020 The Night Sky is Suffering
June 14, 2020 Stellar Family Hierarchy
June 7, 2020 Pick a Moon
May 31, 2020 Black Hole Nearby 
May 24, 2020 How Old is That Star?
May 17, 2020 Conjunctionitis…not
May 10, 2020 KM3NET...No, Not a New Radio Station
May 3, 2020 Deep, Dark, Endless Night
April 26, 2020 Will it Ever End?
April 19, 2020 Bored? Grab your Binoculars tonight!
April 12, 2020 See-Through Galaxies
April 5, 2020 What's Next with NASA
March 29, 2020 Liquid Telescopes
March 22, 2020 What's going on with Betelgeuse?
March 15, 2020 Diamonds Fell Like Rain
March 8, 2020 Red is the Color of Carbon
March 1, 2020 Supermoon? Meteor Storm? Hyperbole!
February 16, 2020 Farewell and thank you to Spitzer
February 9, 2020 Baby, It's Cold out There!
February 2, 2020 Magnetic Mergers
January 26, 2020 Let There Be Dust
  January 19, 2020 Surveying the Milky Way
January 12, 2020 Weirdness in the Large and Small
January 5, 2020 Planet Nine or Ten

 

 

   
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eric Erickson has written the Night Sky article for the Sunday  New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung since August 7, 2016.  This continues the tradition begun by Larry Pratt.  Pratt's first astronomy column for the paper appeared on August 9, 2008 and his last column appeared July 17, 2016.

 

      Oumuamua: Rock or Spacecraft Dec. 30, 2018
      Bright Stars of Winter Dec. 23, 2018
      Sy-Fi, Science and Silliness Dec. 16, 2018
      What Asteroids can tell us Dec. 9, 2018
      InSight: Our Next Step to Mars Dec. 2, 2018
      Strange Lights on the Moon Nov. 25, 2018
      Water on Mars! Nov. 18, 2018
      It's Beginning to look like... Nov. 11, 2018
      Next Generation Telescope Nov. 4, 2018
      Autumn Sky Oct. 28, 2018
      After Hubble Oct. 21, 2018
      Dark Matter...It's about gravity Oct. 14, 2018
      Dark Matter...We're still in the dark Oct. 7, 2018
      Globular Clusters Sept. 30, 2018
      No Article Sept 23, 2018
      Vensus - Earth's Evil Twin Sept 16, 2018
      The Night Sky, an Endangered Species Sept. 9, 2018
      Mystery in the Milky Way's Center Sept. 2, 2018
      Golden Apples of the Sun Aug. 26, 2018
      Is Astronomy Science Aug. 19, 2018
      The Sun Will Die Aug. 12, 2018
      Air - Good for Life - Bad for Astronomy Aug. 5, 2018
      Origin of our Moon July 29, 2018
      Mars July 22, 2018
      Summertime Night Sky Sightseeing July 15, 2018
      The Moon's Same Old Face July 8, 2018
      The New Space Race July 1, 2018
      Astroids Again: Trojans in the Solar System June 24, 2018
      Fly me to the Stars June 17, 2018
      What is the Speed of Light June 10, 2018
      Asteroids in our Neighborhood June 3, 2018
      The Asteroid Belt May 27, 2018
      Is the Universe Infinite? May 20, 2018
      Party All Night May13, 2018
      Gravity...an Enigma May 6, 2018
      Exo Planets...Part 2 April 29, 2018
      Planets...They're Everywhere! April 22, 2018
      We're Gonna Crash April 15, 2018
      Astronomy Domine April 8, 2018
      Black Holes go Poof April 1, 2018
      A very Brief History of Hawking March 25, 2018
      The Stars that Made Us March 18, 2018
      OK Google, Let There be Life March 4, 2018
      Earth's Magnetic Personality Feb. 25, 2018
      Of Rings, Spokes, and Shepherds Feb. 18, 2018
      Is it Real or an Illusion? Feb 11, 2018
      It's Full of Galaxies Feb. 4, 2018