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Best Night Sky podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Night Sky podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
Updated February 2020
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The monthly astronomy podcast from the makers of BBC Sky at Night Magazine
StarDate, the longest-running national radio science feature in the U.S., tells listeners what to look for in the night sky.
WFYI's Matt Pelsor is an astronomy geek. He loves observing the stars, planets and other celestial objects that fill our night sky. With Matt's help, you'll never miss another streaking comet, partial eclipse or harvest moon.
Free monthly Australian night sky mp3 audio guides, produced by Sydney Observatory. Published at the beginning of each month, usually around 20 minutes long, and including information about what you are likely to be able to see in that month's Australian night sky, including constellations, stars, the Sun, Moon, planets, astronomy, telescopes and astronomical mythology.
Meteorologists gather information from various online sources and from a network of dedicated weather observers to produce accurate, local weather forecasts covering the tri-state region of Vermont, New Hampshire, and northern New York, as well as parts of southern Québec, and northern Massachusetts.
Ian Morison tells you what can be seen in the night sky this month.
The Eye On The Sky is Vermont's weather service and is a production of the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium and Vermont Public Radio (VPR).
Rediscover the stars and constellations of the night sky through these dramatic myths, brought to life by Bibi Jacob’s vivid storytelling. We start off with Greco-Roman constellation myths. They’re juicy, funny, disturbing and moving. The next time you gaze up at those glittery stars and galaxies on a clear night, let these stories carry you away.
Space Junk is a weekly podcast dedicated to the amazing hobby of amateur astronomy. Each week we’ll answer your questions and bring you the latest information and advice on the tools, gadgets, software and techniques for maximizing your enjoyment of the night sky. Your hosts are Tony Darnell from DeepAstronomy.space and Dustin Gibson from OPT Telescopes, a world leader in telescopes and accessories.
A monthly look at the night sky from your favorite Astronomy teacher at Pequea Valley High School
Join Sean Lally in conversation about architecture’s future, as both earth’s environment and our human bodies are now open for design. The podcast engages a diverse range of perspectives to get a better picture of the events currently unfolding. This includes philosophers, cultural anthropologists, policy makers, scientists as well as authors of science fiction. Each individual’s work intersects this core topic, but from unique angles. Sean Lally is the founder of the office Weathers. Lally ...
What's Up? -- A monthly video that gives tips for where you can find the moon, planets and stars in the night sky. Also includes amateur astronomy news and updates on NASA missions.
Awesome Astronomy explores the frontiers of science, space and our evolving understanding of the universe. Join Ralph, Paul & Jeni for informative and fun astronomy programmes dedicated to space and astronomy news and monthly podcast extras covering hot topics and special interviews in the world of science and astronomy.
Some of the nation's finest football writers bring you the biggest stories and talking points.
Mike Murray from the Delta College Planetarium takes a look at what's up in the night sky. Things are happening all the time in the backyard universe, and many of them don't require a telescope to see and enjoy.
Professor Jim Al-Khalili talks to leading scientists about their life and work, finding out what inspires them and asking what their discoveries might do for us in the future.
Join the astronomers of the Royal Observatory Greenwich as they discuss the night sky and recent news in the wide world of astronomy. The Royal Observatory Greenwich is the historic home of the Astronomer Royal, with the first building, Flamsteed House, built in 1675. Now the Observatory is a heritage site, museum and a centre for excellence in science learning.
Sky Sports' nightly debate show, where some of the top names in football discuss the latest Premier League stories
Each month David Ault (www.davidault.co.uk) takes you outside to see what's up in the night sky. Ideal for beginners!
A fun-filled discussion of the big, mind-blowing, unanswered questions about the Universe. In each episode, Daniel Whiteson (a Physicist who works at CERN) and Jorge Cham (a popular online cartoonist) discuss some of the simple but profound questions that people have been wondering about for thousands of years, explaining the science in a fun, shorts-wearing and jargon-free way.
Bi-Monthly Podcast of What is Happening in the Night-time Sky!
From the ground breaking and life saving to the wacky and implausible, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki reveals some of the best moments in science.
Welcome to Night Vale creator Joseph Fink and the Mountain Goats singer/songwriter John Darnielle discuss what it means to be an artist, a fan, and, as many people are, both at once. Season Two explores the process of writing, recording, and releasing the Mountain Goats’ latest album, In League With Dragons, giving you an unprecedented look at the creative process as it is happening.
Introducing children to astronomy, every month discover what you can see in the sky at night from comets to newborn stars, exclusively on Fun Kids, the children's radio station.
Red Sky at Night; a three-part mini series on Cambodia. Part 3, the final episode, just out. More short episodes to come. With interviews and additional thoughts.
Space is an interesting place. Marco slices up the night sky with a new topic every week. Death Stars, Black Holes, Big Bang, Red Giants, the Milky Way, G-Bands, Pulsars, Super Stars and the Solar System.
Whether we wear a lab coat or haven't seen a test tube since grade school, science is shaping all of our lives. And that means we all have science stories to tell. Every year, we host dozens of live shows all over the country, featuring all kinds of storytellers - researchers, doctors, and engineers of course, but also patients, poets, comedians, cops, and more. Some of our stories are heartbreaking, others are hilarious, but they're all true and all very personal. Welcome to The Story Collider!
In this series of programs we’ll show you the most beautiful sights in the night sky, and explain exactly how to find them with your binoculars or telescope.
Find out more about our night sky, from new planets to far-off galaxies and the vastness of the Universe. A series of short talks and presentations for the general public from leading astronomy researchers at the Oxford University Physics department - http://www.physics.ox.ac.uk/
Minnesota Starwatch takes you on a monthly tour of the night sky in the Northern Hemisphere with particular attention to transient events such as eclipses, meteor showers, comets and much more
Sky Sports weekly boxing show that goes 'Toe2Toe' with some of the biggest names every Wednesday!
Podcast by Scottish Dark Sky Observatory
Hosted by Cincinnati Observatory's Dean Regas and Anna Hehman, Looking Up brings you the latest astronomical discoveries in a fun, quick-paced conversation.
Every month Chris Steers and his team bring you up to date with what's up in the night sky! We have special guests, SPACE NEWS oh and the odd cuppa here and there too. Join us every month for a new episode! You never know what might happen…
A regular observing guide to the night sky with details of observable planets, meteor showers, aurora and eclipses. Interviews with amateur astronomers explaining some more practical aspects to astronomy.
Telling the story of the promise of Syracuse Football as they work towards that dark December night sky and back into a bowl game.
How do astronomers photograph a black hole? How often do planes get hit by lightning? What does the EPA actually do? Science is all around us and transforming our world at a rapid pace. Extragalactic astrophysicist Sabrina Stierwalt is here to guide you through it. She'll help you make sense of the everyday and the once-in-a-lifetime.
We all ask the question WHAT IS LIFE. Humans long have asked questions about LIFE ever since they look up at the night sky, On this podcast we will discuss what Life is, what we go through each day in our lives and what we can do to move obstacles away from our lives.🌺🌤❄️🌍
The Pure howl into the night sky above LA for the first time in a decade, sounding a warning, the Forsaken are back...
The only podcast that dares to tackle Tori Amos's extensive catalog. In each episode we will discuss a different tune, in chronological order of release. Join us on this journey, one song at a time!
When we look up at the night sky, we are in awe. There are mysteries out there. There are also deep mysteries within YOU – the biological you. This podcast examines the stardust within us, and how disease changes us. There is so much about ourselves that we ignore until it fails us. Michael Strohman, a Stanford University biochemist, presents essays and interviews tracing the scientific origin of medical innovation. He dissects the scientific roots of current treatments, the limitations of t ...
Get inside the minds of great photographers by taking a look Behind the Shot.
Death by Monsters is a comedy show all about Monsters, Mysteries and the Unknown. We delve into the paranormal, the unexplained, true crime and of course the occasional conspiracy. It features Paula Deming, Nick Murphy and Matthew Jude.
Night Sky For February 28, 2020 by VPRBy VPR
During March, the cosmos offers a lot to see both before sunrise and after sunset. To get a guided tour of the month's highlights, play or download this month's Sky Tour episode. The post March 2020: A Planet Trio and More! appeared first on Sky & Telescope.By F+W Media
This month, Geoff tells us the best times to see the planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn as well as showing us where to find the constellations Orion and Leo and the Eta Carina nebula.By Sydney Observatory
Northern Hemisphere Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the Northern Hemisphere night sky during February 2020. The Planets Jupiter As February begins, Jupiter rises more than 90 minutes before the Sun shining at magnitude of -1.9. During the month it brightens to magnitude -2.0 whilst its angular size increases slightly from 32.5 to 34.1 arc s…
Elisa Iturbe is a critic at the Yale University School of Architecture (YSoA), where she also coordinates the dual-degree program between YSoA and the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. Her writings have been published in Log, Dearq, and Pulp, in addition to a forthcoming piece in Perspecta. Most recently she guest edited Log 47, titl…
Leo sweeps across the southern sky all night this time of year. In the evening, it's to the east. To find it, look for the Big Dipper. It'll be straight up and down with the cup at the top. Connect the two stars at the top that make up the end of the cup, and from that straight line, extend the line to the right toward the east, and when you hit th…
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This week we share two stories from people who were confronted with their faith. Part 1: Feeling like a loser after he fails to graduate on time with his degree in materials science, Len Kruger accepts a dinner invitation from a cult. Part 2: After young Jehovah's Witness Emmanuel Garcia loses his faith, he finds a new purpose at a neuroscience con…
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Back Garden Astronomy Week is back between 2-9 March 2020! We're running a special series of daily podcasts throughout the week telling you everything you need to know about observing the Moon. Be sure to subscribe to Radio Astronomy podcast to make sure you don't miss an episode. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
To the people of Cortland, New York, Lewis Swift was a bit of an oddball. Most nights, for a little while after sunset and before sunrise, the hardware merchant used a small telescope to scan the sky around the Sun. In 1862, though, his status changed from “oddball” to “celebrity.” That summer, Swift discovered a comet — one that went on to stage a…
On tonight's episode of The Debate David Prutton is joined by Mark Warbuton, Liam Rosenior and Bryan Swanson to react to tonight's Europa League, VAR rule changes and who they believe should be in the Premier League Hall of Fame.By Sky Sports
Night Sky For February 27, 2020 by VPRBy VPR
To say that I am excited to have Deborah Sandidge on Behind the Shot is an understatement. Deborah is a photographic artist in every sense of the phrase. Specializing in world travel and artistic imagery she creates images that transcend time, and that transport you to places you wish you could visit. She blends the creative and technical aspects o…
Venus is blanketed by clouds. They cover the entire planet — there’s not a single hole in them to provide a view of the surface below. Clouds at the top of the atmosphere are made of sulfuric acid. And they buzz around the planet at up to 250 miles per hour — carried by super-strong winds. That’s especially puzzling because Venus rotates on its axi…
The Spitzer Space Telescope is retiring. What have we learned from it? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisersBy iHeartRadio
Geoff Shreeves is joined by Andy Hinchcliffe and Harry Kewell to discuss all the latest talking points in the world of football.By Sky Sports
Night Sky For February 26, 2020 by VPRBy VPR
Barry Jones is joined by Isaac Lowe and Gary Logan to talk about an unforgettable weekend in Las Vegas.By Sky Sports
Royal Observatory Astronomers Dhara and Patricia take you through what to see in the night sky during the month of March in our family friendly Look Up! podcast.On this month's podcast, Dhara talks about the end of the Spitzer Space Telescope mission and Patricia talks about the iconic 'Pale Blue Dot' image and Carl Sagan. We also have this month's…
Stars can be artistic. They can sculpt fantastic figures: hourglasses, butterflies, owls, and many others. Sometimes, the figure is created by a single star. Other times, it’s a collaboration between two stars. And in at least one case, it’s three stars. The trio has created NGC 246, the Skull Nebula. It’s about 1600 light-years away, in the conste…
As astronomers continue to discover new planets and exoplanets in our solar system, a new way of gathering information about them is being spearheaded by a professor from The Ohio State University . Joining Dean and Anna after they talk a little Pi is Professor Scott Gaudi , project co-chair of the Habitable Exoplanet Observatory.…
On tonight's episode of The Debate Geoff Shreaves is joined by CarLton Cole and Alan Smith as they react to Bayern's hammering of Chelsea, preview Man City vs Real Madrid and discuss whether Liverpool will be the best ever title-winning side.By Sky Sports
In the early evening skies after sunset, Venus continues to steal the show as a super bright "star" in the west.By Q-90.1 FM WUCX
Night Sky For February 25, 2020 by VPRBy VPR
AstroBackyard stopped by the studios of OPT to discuss everything from astrophotography, philosophy and science communication
As a professor of visual neuroscience at Newcastle University, Anya Hurlbert is one of our most respected researchers into the way we see colour. In a career as a physicist, physiologist, neuroscientist and physician at some of the great research institutes on both sides of the Atlantic, Anya’s investigations into how we perceive the colour of obje…
Maria Kirch was the first woman to receive credit for discovering a comet. But the credit didn’t come right away. Her husband was concerned that having his wife receive credit for a discovery would damage his career. So he claimed the discovery for his own. He didn’t set the record straight for eight years. Kirch was born 350 years ago today, as Ma…
Which of these four physics adventures would you prefer? Visit the Quantum Realm See inside a Black Hole Travel faster than light Meet intelligent aliens Link if you'd like to contribute to the poll. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisersBy iHeartRadio
There are very few places weird enough to test out Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.
Night Sky For February 24, 2020 by VPRBy VPR