Edmonds' eyes in the sky

Astronomer shares secrets to seeing – and understanding – the universe


Last updated 8/19/2020 at 9:13pm

Nathaniel Paust

Nathaniel Paust took this shot of the comet Neowise from Edmonds.

The recent deep-space light shows provided by the comet Neowise and Perseid meteor showers exposed many – for the first time – to the wonders of our mind-blowing universe.

For Edmonds resident Nathaniel Paust, the light shows are like a life p...

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Reader Comments(1)

Kacey Hawker writes:

As an Edmonds resident who is borderline obsessed with astronomy and astrology, thank you so much to Edmonds Beacon writer Brian Soergel and Professor of Astronomy, Nathaniel Paust for the terrific Q and A article. It's been a great summer of sky watching with the comet, the Perseids, and Venus, Mars and Saturn being close to the Moon. I THOROUGHLY enjoyed this story. Thanks again!


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