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Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

Tour November's Sky! | October 28th, 2011

With the return to Standard Time for North America and Europe, northern stargazers can catch some of the evening's offerings before dinnertime. Venus and Jupiter are planetary bookends at sunset, with Venus lurking low in the western twilight just as the King of Planets rises in the east.

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S&T's Audio Sky Tour for October 2011

This is a month of transition: you can spot the Summer Triangle overhead as darkness falls and the winter mix of Orion, his dogs, and Taurus in the hours before sunrise. Jupiter peaks in brightness this month, and it dominates the sky from dusk until dawn.

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Tour October's Sky! | September 30th, 2011

This is a month of transition: Northern summer becomes autumn, Saturn sets just before Jupiter rises, and Venus is moving from the morning sky before dawn to the evening sky.

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S&T's Audio Sky Tour for September 2011

This is a month of transition: Summer is making way for autumn, Saturn sets just before Jupiter rises, and Venus is moving from the morning sky before dawn to the evening sky.

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Tour September's Sky! | August 31st, 2011

This is a month of transition: Northern summer becomes autumn, Saturn sets just before Jupiter rises, and Venus is moving from the morning sky before dawn to the evening sky.

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S&T's Audio Sky Tour for August 2011

This is your last chance to spot Saturn before it sinks into the evening twilight. But there are many other celestial attractions to look for on August evenings.

Celestial News & Events

Tour August's Sky! | July 29th, 2011

This is your last chance to spot Saturn before it sinks into the evening twilight. But there are many other celestial attractions to look for on August evenings.

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S&T's Audio Sky Tour for July 2011

Look low in the west at sunset to spy fleet Mercury, toward southwest for Saturn, and in the south for red-hued Antares, the "rival of Mars."

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Tour July's Sky! | June 30th, 2011

Look low in the west at sunset to spy fleet Mercury, toward southwest for Saturn, and in the south for red-hued Antares, the "rival of Mars."

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S&T's Audio Sky Tour for June 2011

Saturn stands nearly motionless in Virgo all month, as other zodiacal constellations parade to its left and right on these early summer evenings.

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Tour June's Sky! | May 31st, 2011

Saturn stands nearly motionless in Virgo all month, as other zodiacal constellations parade to its left and right on these early summer evenings.

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

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

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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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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.

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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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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.

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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.

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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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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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