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Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

S&T's Audio Sky Tour for May 2011

Look to the east before dawn for the tightest grouping of four bright planets in decades!

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Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour May's Sky! | May 1st, 2011

Look to the east before dawn for the tightest grouping of four bright planets in decades!

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

S&T's Audio Sky Tour for April 2011

Look out! Jupiter is no longer ruling the evening sky, and sky critters are on the march in the north, east, and south.

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Celestial News & Events

Tour April's Sky! | March 31st, 2011

Look out! Jupiter is no longer ruling the evening sky, and sky critters are on the march in the north, east, and south.

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

S&T's Audio Sky Tour for March 2011

This will be a month of transition, celestially speaking: spring and daylight-saving time arrive for northern skywatchers, Jupiter makes an exit, and Saturn is waiting in the wings.

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Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour March's Sky! | February 24th, 2011

This will be a month of transition, celestially speaking: spring and daylight-saving time arrive for northern skywatchers, Jupiter makes an exit, and Saturn is waiting in the wings.

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

S&T's Audio Sky Tour for January 2011

The New Year opens with a partial solar eclipse, a great meteor shower, and a canopy of bright stars and planets overhead.

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

S&T's Audio Sky Tour for February 2011

February brings into view Orion and his faithful hunting dogs, a set of constellations that sparkle with bright, colorful stars.

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Celestial News & Events

Tour February's Sky! | January 28th, 2011

February brings into view Orion and his faithful hunting dogs, a set of constellations that sparkle with bright, colorful stars.

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Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour January's Sky! | December 30th, 2010

The New Year opens with a partial solar eclipse, a great meteor shower, and a canopy of bright stars and planets overhead.

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

S&T's Audio Sky Tour for December 2010

As bright Jupiter looks on, one of the grand tales of celestial mythology is playing out overhead during December evenings. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty.

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Celestial News & Events

Tour December's Sky! | November 30th, 2010

One of the grand tales of celestial mythology is playing out overhead during December evenings. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (6.5MB MP3 download: running time: 7m 00s)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

S&T's Audio Sky Tour for November 2010

The change back to standard time brings earlier nightfall — and a chance to spot mighty Jupiter dominating the November evening sky. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty.

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour November's Sky! | October 29th, 2010

The change back to standard time brings earlier nightfall — and a chance to spot mighty Jupiter dominating the November evening sky. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (5MB MP3 download: running time: 5m 33s)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

S&T's Audio Sky Tour for October 2010

Just after sunset, flip around to see mighty Jupiter rising in the east. Then enjoy a leisurely stroll through the star patterns of northern autumn. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty.

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour October's Sky! | September 30th, 2010

Just after sunset, flip around to see mighty Jupiter rising in the east. Then enjoy a leisurely stroll through the star patterns of northern autumn. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (5MB MP3 download: running time: 5m 30s)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

S&T's Audio Sky Tour for September 2010

Venus clings to the horizon in the west just after sunset, while mighty Jupiter rises in the east. Find out how to spot them — and much more! Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty.

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour September's Sky! | August 27th, 2010

Venus clings to the horizon in the west just after sunset, while mighty Jupiter rises in the east. Find out how to spot them — and much more! Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (6MB MP3 download: running time: 6m 17s)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

S&T's Audio Sky Tour for July 2010

Watch the west after sunset for a celestial parade led by brilliant Venus, then swing south to get cozy with Scorpius. Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (5MB MP3 download: running time: 5m 12s)

Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

S&T's Audio Sky Tour for August 2010

Venus, Mars, and Saturn dance in the west after sunset, while soon afterward giant Jupiter rises in the east — all that, and Perseid meteors too! Host: S&T's Kelly Beatty. (5MB MP3 download: running time: 6m 48s)

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