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  • The magnetic north pole is moving. It has, in fact crossed the prime meridian. The British Geological Survey and the U.S. National Geophysical Data Center, which update the World's Magnetic Model, have had to accelerate their process in order to keep up because magnetic north has accelerated to moving 37 miles a year. On this week’s Local Motion KVNF’s Kate Redmond speaks with Greg Baker, assistant professor of geology at Colorado Mesa University and also Dr. Dave Noe, a professional geologist and lecturer living in Paonia. They speak about the reasons and the implications of the migration of magnetic north.
  • Navigating the Night SkyThe Big Dipper is a great starting point for learning the night sky. Located near the pole of the sky, it never completely sets or…