David Baumgartner writes about his first computer and how he came up with his version of the top 20 brightest stars.
David Baumgartner writes about routes of constellations and how we can use them to navigate.
David Baumgartner writes about his plan to go to Texas in 2024.
David Baumgartner writes about the sky's ecliptic line, which is the path that the planets and sun follow.
David Baumgartner writes about his first attempt for the Messier Marathon and how we can see the meteor shower later this month.
David Baumgartner writes on how to find the Seven Sisters.
David Baumgartner writes about a 10-hour marathon that takes place each year in early spring.
David Baumgartner writes that now it's the time to start learning about constellations.
Baumgartner gets lost in space with his story of time spent in Greenland then returns to earth in time to see Andromeda with his astronomy buddies.
A variable star is, quite simply, a star that changes brightness.
Baumgartner typically sets his own topics in his Searching the Sky series, but in this case, this subject was a special new year request made by BenitoLink Executive Director, Leslie David
David Baumgartner writes that many stars—and some imagination—can be used for locating a bright holiday light.
David Baumgartner writes about a lifelong dream.
David Baumgartner writes about a long winding line of mostly faint stars.
David Baumgartner writes that Venus, Pluto, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune and Uranus are viewable this month.
Shawn Novack writes that over the last two decades county farmers have been using new technologies and methodologies for efficient water use.
An unnamed female city employee claims Brett Miller has a history of harassment and intimidation against her and three other employees.
Trustees are expected to change the school’s name to Hollister High School.