May 1st, 2017
Waxing Crescent Moon
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Nick Jarvis

Night Vision: Meteor Showers

In this week’s live Night Vision program we’ll look at meteor showers, from their astronomical causes to practical tips on how to look for them and what to expect.​ With the approach of the Lyrid meteor shower later this month, and the Eta Aquarid meteor shower in…

Special Guest

Special Edition Night Vision | Black Holes & Gravitational Waves: LIGO’s New View of the Cosmos

Virtually everything we know about the Universe has been discovered from the study of photons — light in all its myriad forms from radio waves, to visible light, to x-rays and beyond. At the dawn of the 21st century, advanced…

Night Vision: Space Telescopes

In 1978 Congress approved the budget for the the LST (Large Space Telescope) that would eventually become the Hubble Space Telescope. At that same time a program was proposed as, ”A Strategy for Space Astronomy and Astrophysics for the 1980′s,” forever…

Rob Morris

Night Vision: Archaeoastronomy

What is Archeoastronomy? Honestly, if you started imagining the last Indiana Jones movie, you are in the neighborhood of correct. But unlike that horrible mess, I’m going to show you some pretty cool ways that the people on our planet studied…