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May 2022 Skyguide

May 2022 Skyguide

2022-04-2831:02

Welcome to the May 2022 Skyguide! In this episode, we'll see what's happening in the night sky throughout the month of May. The year's first near-perigee Full Moon (or 'supermoon') slips into the shadow of the Earth for a spectacular total lunar eclipse. You can find out how the eclipse will appear where you are at https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/map/2022-may-16 Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss. You can find Tom's children's book, The Squirrel that Watched the Stars at https://books.stargazing.london You can watch the read aloud audiobook on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOv6ke9JhUc If you want a complete beginner's guide to astronomy, you can support this podcast by becoming a student at Stargazing London. Sign up for our online course, Stargazing Made Simple, and use code STARSIGNS2022 to save 20% at the checkout! Find out more and sign up at https://stargazing.london
Welcome to STARGAZERS, a series of interviews with fascinating people whose lives overlap with the stars. The guest for this episode is David Eicher, astronomy writer and editor-in-chief at Astronomy Magazine. Find out more about Astronomy Magazine at https://www.astronomy.com Follow David's work on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/davidjohneicher Follow David on Twitter at https://twitter.com/deicherstar Star Signs is brought to you by Stargazing✦London, where you can find astronomy courses and children's books to help you and your little ones engage with the night sky. Find out more at https://stargazing.london
April 2022 Skyguide

April 2022 Skyguide

2022-04-0123:13

Welcome to the April 2022 Skyguide! In this episode, we'll see what's happening in the night sky throughout the month of April. The Pink Moon competes with a rise in meteor activity, and then visits a stunning precession of planets in the morning sky. Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss. You can find Tom's children's book, The Squirrel that Watched the Stars at https://books.stargazing.london You can watch the read aloud audiobook on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOv6ke9JhUc If you want a complete beginner's guide to astronomy, you can support this podcast by becoming a student at Stargazing London. Sign up for our online course, Stargazing Made Simple, and use code STARSIGNS2022 to save 20% at the checkout! Find out more and sign up at https://stargazing.london
Welcome to the inaugural episode of STARGAZERS, a series of interviews with fascinating people whose lives overlap with the stars. The guest for this episode is Professor Lucie Green, solar physicist and science communicator. Find out more about Lucie’s research at https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mssl/people/prof-lucie-green Follow Lucie on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Dr_Lucie Discover Lucie’s book, 15 Million Degrees: A Journey to the Centre of the Sun at https://www.penguin.co.uk/books/187/187592/15-million-degrees/9780241963555.html Star Signs is brought to you by Stargazing✦London, where you can find astronomy courses and children's books to help you and your little ones engage with the night sky. Find out more at https://stargazing.london
March 2022 Skyguide

March 2022 Skyguide

2022-02-2728:07

Welcome to the March 2022 Skyguide! In this episode, we'll see what's happening in the night sky throughout the month of March. The 20th brings the equinox and the start of a new season, whilst the planets gather in the mornings before the dawn. Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss. If you want a complete beginner's guide to astronomy, you can support this podcast by becoming a student at Stargazing London. Sign up for our online course, Stargazing Made Simple, and use code STARSIGNS2022 to save 20% at the checkout! Find out more and sign up at https://stargazing.london
Late February 2022

Late February 2022

2022-02-1313:16

This episode covers what to see in the sky for the second half of February. Star Signs is about to change format, so look out for the complete March skyguide! Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
The Snow Moon continues through Taurus as Mars and Venus meet in the morning. Find out when to see the International Space Station where you are: https://spotthestation.nasa.gov Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
February kicks off with dark skies around New Moon, and a beautiful triangle takes shape in the morning. Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
The Waning Moon meets Mars, Venus and Mercury in the morning. Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
The first Full Moon of 2022, the Full Wolf Moon, is here! Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
The Wolf Moon is on the way, but not before meeting Gemini the Twins. See the mysterious Moon rock resolved by the Yutu 2 rover: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/07/science/moon-cube-china-rover.html Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
The sky rings in the new year with 2022's first meteor shower - the Quadrantids - as the Waxing Moon encounters the planets. Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
Happy New Year! The Solar System is full of delights to help us celebrate as we look ahead to 2022's astronomy highlights.  Watch the James Webb Space Telescope and its upper stage rocket booster sail through the stars after launch: https://twitter.com/tomkerss/status/1475112278898917376 Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
The Solar System continues to delight us as the December Solstice and Christmas arrive! Find out more about how and where to see Comet Leonard in the Southern Hemisphere this week: https://theskylive.com/planetarium?obj=cometleonard Find out more about the James Webb Space Telescope and watch the launch live on 24 December: https://www.inverse.com/science/james-webb-launch-date-time-livestream Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
The 2021 Geminid Meteor Shower peak arrives, followed by the Full Cold Moon. Find out more about how and where to see Comet Leonard this week: https://theskylive.com/planetarium?obj=cometleonard Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
A series of beautiful lunar-planetary conjunctions grace our evening skies as Orion reaches its best. Find out more about how and where to see Comet Leonard this week: https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/advice/comet-c-2021-a1-leonard/ For more updates about this comet and other events in the night sky... Subscribe to the newsletter: https://courses.stargazing.london/p/newsletter Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tomkerss Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
The New Moon brings the last eclipse of 2021, but it's very exclusive! Find out more about the Solar Eclipse of 4 December: https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/solar/2021-december-4 But Northern Lights: The Definitive Guide to Auroras in the US from 1 December. Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/Northern-Lights-Definitive-Guide-Auroras/dp/000846555X/ Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-northern-lights-tom-kerss/1138740234?ean=9780008465551 Books-a-Million: https://www.booksamillion.com/p/Northern-Lights/Tom-Kerss/9780008465551?id=8380348702304 Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
Tiny Ceres reaches opposition as a trio of bright planets line up in the evening sky. Sign up to the Stargazing✦London newsletter to get our Black Friday deal this week: https://courses.stargazing.london/p/newsletter Find Ceres at opposition with this guide from BBC Sky at Night Magazine: https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/space-science/dwarf-planet-ceres/ Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
The Full Beaver Moon brings the longest partial lunar eclipse of the century! Find out where and when to see the eclipse here: https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/lunar/2021-november-19 Hear about the Northern Lights in Tom's interview on the BBC Sky at Night Magazine's Radio Astronomy podcast: https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/podcasts/how-see-northern-lights-aurora/ Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
Meteors and star clusters glitter on moonless nights. Find out more about Northern Lights: The Definitive Guide to Auroras and buy a copy at various online stores here: https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/56484076-northern-lights Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!
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