Ep. 527: Ancient Astronomy of the American Southwest

Posted on Apr 19, 2019 in Astronomy, Observing, podcast, Solar System | 0 comments


Ancient peoples had no light pollution, and they knew the night skies very well. In fact, they depends on them to know when to plant and when to harvest. Today Pamela talks about the archeoastronomical sites of the American Southwest.

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Show Notes

Chaco Canyon NPS
Chaco Canyon, New Mexico
Supernova 1054
Supernova 1054 pictograph in Chaco Canyon
Moon phase calendar
Sun Dagger

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