Two Harbors Public Library

New music CDs

• "Colors," by Beck

• "Black Panther: The Album"

• "Invasion of Privacy," by Cardi B

• "By the Way, I Forgive You," by Brandi Carlile

• "Chris Cornell," by Chris Cornell

• "Unexpected," by Jason Crabb

• "Look Up Child," by Lauren Daigle

• "Scorpion," by Drake (CD DRA)

• "From the Fires," by Greta Van Fleet

• "Grammy Nominees 2019"

• "Sweetener," by Ariana Grande

• "H.E.R.," by H.E.R. (CD HER)

• "Woman Worldwide," by Justice

• "Hiding Places," by Tori Kelly

• "Joanne," by Lady Gaga

• "Dua Lipa: Complete Edition"

• "Beerbong & Bentleys," by Post Malone

• "Dirty Computer," by Janelle Monáe

• "Golden Hour," by Kacey Musgraves

• "My Way," by Willie Nelson

• "Now That's What I Call Music 69"

• "The Window," by Cecile McLorin Salvant

• "Masseduction," by St. Vincent

• "A Star is Born Soundtrack"

• "Steve Gadd Band"

• "The Travelin' McCourys"

• "Resist," by Within Temptation

Silver Bay Public Library

'Astronomy with Astro Bob' - Tuesday, May 28, 6 p.m.

It's been 50 years since the first people walked on the moon. We look back at the Apollo program, what we learned from the moon rocks and revisit the landing sites through the eyes of the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Weather permitting, get ready to see some spectacular views of lunar craters and mountains through a telescope starting around 9 p.m.

Bob King retired after 39 years as a photographer and photo editor at the Duluth News Tribune. Bob is an amateur astronomer and has been focused on the sky since age 11.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Silver Bay Public Library.

Astronomy books at the library

• "Briefer History of Time," by Stephen Hawking

• "Field Guide to the Stars and Planets," by Jay M. Pasachoff

• "Hubble's Universe: Greatest Discoveries and Latest Images," by Terence Dickinson.

• "Night Sky with the Naked Eye: How to Find Planets, Constellations, Satellites and Other Night Sky Wonders Without a Telescope," by Bob King

• "Simply Stargazing: Guide to the Stars, Moon, and Night Sky," by Jonathan Poppele

• "Skywatching," by David H. Levy

• "Stars and Planets," by Ian Ridpath

• "Turn Left at Orion: Hundreds of Night Sky Objects to See in a Home Telescope," by Guy Consolmagno

• "Universe Explained: A Cosmic Q & A," by Heather Couper

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