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Celestial News & Events

December's Audio Guide to the Heavens

You'll have an easy time spotting Orion leaping up into the sky — with dazzling Mars at his side — if you download this podcast to your MP3 player and head outdoors after dark.

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Your Audio Sky Tour: December 2007

Download this podcast to guide you to the wonders of December's evening sky — like Orion leaping up over the eastern horizon with gleaming Mars by his side. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (7MB MP3 download: running time: 7m20s)

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November's Audio Guide to the Heavens

Finding Comet Holmes — and other great sky sights — is a snap if you download this podcast to your MP3 player and head outdoors after dark.

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Your Audio Sky Tour: November 2007

Finding Comet Holmes — and other great sky sights — is a snap if you download this podcast to your MP3 player and head outdoors after dark. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (5MB MP3 download: running time: 5m32s)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Your Audio Sky Tour: October 2007

Why is it that the "Summer Triangle" is easiest to see at this time of year? Learn the answer — and lots more — in this guided tour of the October evening sky. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (6MB MP3 download: running time: 5m53s)

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Listen to October's Podcast

Fact: the "Summer Triangle" is easiest to see at this time of year. Learn all about it — and lots more — in our easy-on-the-ears guided tour of the October evening sky.

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Your Audio Sky Tour: September 2007

This month, as summer begins its transition to autumn, there are still plenty of summer's stars to view. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (6MB MP3 download: running time: 6m12s)

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Listen to Our September Podcast

This month's podcast explores how there still plenty of summer's stars to view even as we transition to autumn.

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Your Audio Sky Tour: August 2007

Venus and Saturn have exited stage west, leaving Jupiter to rule the evening sky alone. Learn how to find it and the center of our galaxy in this month's tour. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (6MB MP3 download: running time: 6m4s)

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Your Audio Sky Tour: July 2007

All this month you have to head out late to see the sky really dark. But if you do, you'll be rewarded with views of three planets and a constellation that definitely leaves an impression. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (6MB MP3 download: running time: 6m12s)

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Your Audio Sky Tour: June 2007

If you head out after dark in early June, you have a chance to see four planets at once. Find out how to spot them when you listen to this month's audio tour of the evening sky. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (6MB MP3 download: running time: 6m23s)

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Your Audio Sky Tour: May 2007

Why is the Big Dipper, now seen high overhead after sunset, considered the "Swiss army knife" of the sky? You'll find out when you listen to this month's audio tour of the evening sky. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (6MB MP3 download: running time: 6m22s)

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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)

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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)

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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…

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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.)

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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.)

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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.)

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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!

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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.

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