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Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Your Audio Sky Tour: April 2007

Some celestial carnivores are on the prowl in the eastern sky after sunset. Learn how to find them — and about a worldwide celebration called Astronomy Day — in this month's audio tour of the evening sky. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (5MB MP3 download: running time: 5m40s)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour March 2007's Evening Sky

Winter's majectic constellations make a last stand before giving way to spring. Hear all about them — and about the lunar eclipse on March 3rd — in this month's audio tour of the evening sky. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (5MB MP3 download: running time: 5m25s)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour February 2007's Evening Sky

After being absent from evening view for awhile, three planets can now be seen soon after sunset. Download this MP3 file to your iPod or other handheld device to learn how to find them and other celestial delights in the midwinter sky. Hosted by Kelly Beatty, editor of Night Sky…

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour January 2007's Evening Sky

Ring in the New Year with a little stargazing! Download this MP3 file to your iPod or other handheld device to learn how to view the stars of Orion, the Hyades and Pleiades star clusters, and more! (5.6 MB file; hosted by Kelly Beatty, editor of Night Sky magazine.)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour December's Evening Sky

Brave the cold and take in the winter's beautiful stars! Download this MP3 file to your iPod or other handheld device to learn how to view the Geminid meteors, Cassiopeia and her dysfunctional family, and more! (5.4MB file; hosted by Kelly Beatty, editor of Night Sky magazine.)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour November's Evening Sky

Download this MP3 file to your iPod or other handheld device to learn how to view the transit of Mercury on November 8th, the Leonid meteors, and more! (5.6MB file; hosted by Kelly Beatty, editor of Night Sky magazine.)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour February's Sky — By Ear and Eye!

Sure it's cold outside, but on February evenings you can spot wonderful Saturn rising in the east. To find out how, download our podcast to your iPod or other handheld device!

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour January's Sky by Ear

January nights may be cold, but they boast a spectacular array of constellations. Our podcast will guide you through this month's sky with no need to fuss with paper or red flashlights.

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour October's Evening Skies in 2006

Why is this month's full Moon called the "Harvest Moon"? And what two star patterns form a sandwich with Polaris, the North Star? Find out when you download this MP3 file to your iPod or other handheld device. (5.1MB file; hosted by Kelly Beatty, editor of Night Sky magazine.)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour September's Evening Sky in 2006

This is a great time of year to do a little stargazing. Just download this MP3 file to your iPod or other handheld device, and you'll get a guided tour of the evening sky. (4.9MB file; hosted by Kelly Beatty, editor of Night Sky magazine.)

Celestial News & Events

Tour August's Evening Sky in 2006

Download this MP3 file to your iPod or other handheld device, and you'll be guided to Jupiter, the constellation Scorpius, the Milky Way, and more! You'll also get tips on when and how to watch the Perseid meteor shower. (5.5MB file; hosted by Kelly Beatty, editor of Night Sky magazine.)

Celestial News & Events

Tour July's Evening Sky In 2006

Track down dazzling Jupiter and the trio of bright stars that comprise the Summer Triangle. (4MB MP3 file; hosted by Kelly Beatty, editor of Night Sky magazine.)

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