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The popular science module Earth/Sky will be going out of production at the end of May.  WMUK will air the final weekday broadcast of the 2-minute program on May 31.  The program has been heard on WMUK right before NPR's All Things Considered for several years. 

After two decades of broadcasts to stations across the country program producers in Austin, Texas, have decided to focus their efforts and resources on their website: earthsky.org.

Kalamazoo Valley Museum Planetarium Coordinator Eric Schreur says a good place to look on March 12th is just to the left of the crescent moon. A pair of binoculars will help.

AP Photo / Nasha Gazeta

Shortly after a large meteorite exploded over Russia last month, some people started thinking about a much larger event millions of years ago. Scientists believe that a massive meteorite impact probably doomed the dinosaurs to extinction. That makes many wonder if we could be next.  

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