A parade of planets; Uvalde moves forward with their grief : Here & Now Wake up early and look up, because this month there are five planets lined up — arranged in their natural order from the sun — in the predawn sky. Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Kelly Beatty. And, almost four weeks after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary, the town of Uvalde, Texas, has begun to quiet down, and its residents have been left with their grief and in search of a way forward. NPR's Adrian Florido reports.

A parade of planets; Uvalde moves forward with their grief

A parade of planets; Uvalde moves forward with their grief

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Wake up early and look up, because this month there are five planets lined up — arranged in their natural order from the sun — in the predawn sky. Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Kelly Beatty.

And, almost four weeks after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary, the town of Uvalde, Texas, has begun to quiet down, and its residents have been left with their grief and in search of a way forward. NPR's Adrian Florido reports.

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