Contests

Check Out These Online Astronomy Classes and Contests

by Nancy Atkinson March 22, 2014

Want to stay on top of all the space news? Follow @universetoday on Twitter Here are a few upcoming and ongoing astronomy classes and photography contests that our readers may be interested in. Once a year, the One-Minute Astronomer — aka Brian Ventrudo — offers a detailed course called “The Art of Stargazing,” and you […]

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Still Need a 2014 Calendar? Win “The Year in Space” Wall Calendar

by Nancy Atkinson January 2, 2014

If a 2014 calendar wasn’t in your holiday space stocking, here’s the perfect solution: this year’s edition of Steve Cariddi’s wonderful Year in Space Wall Calendar. It’s not too late to get your own copy, as 99% of 2014 is still remaining! Universe Today readers get a 24% to 41% discount and pay only $12.95 […]

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Win a Copy of The Year in Space: 2014 Wall Calendar

by Nancy Atkinson November 19, 2013

It’s back! And it’s full of amazing color images, daily space facts, historical references, and it even shows you where you can look in the sky for all the best astronomical sights. The 2014 version of Steve Cariddi’s wonderful Year in Space Wall Calendar is now available to order, and thanks to Steve, Universe Today […]

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Announcing a New Comet ISON Photo Contest!

by Nancy Atkinson November 1, 2013

Universe Today is proud to announce that we are partnering with OPT Telescopes and SpaceWeather.com for a brand new Comet ISON Photo Contest, with over $10,000 in prizes to give away! Comet ISON is one of the most anticipated sky events for years, and already astrophotographers have been busy trying to capture images of this […]

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Giveaway: Win a Copy of “Five Billion Years of Solitude” by Lee Billings

by Nancy Atkinson October 13, 2013

A new book, “Five Billion Years of Solitude,” takes reader from the earliest SETI searches and discoveries in astrobiology to the latest detections of thousands of planets orbiting other stars — all while giving us a glimpse inside the minds of some of the field’s most notable scientists. You can read our full review of […]

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