It’s December! And yes we will continue our service in 2021 despite of pandemic.
After 10 years of successfully publishing an award-winning daily audio astronomy show, the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast is poised to enter its second decade of sharing astronomy with the world.
The 365 Days of Astronomy daily podcast celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2019. As it enters a new decade, the show is planning a new year of content focused on the theme, “Commemorating discoveries across time and culture.”
Breaking News! It’s time for season ten of the award winning 365 Days Of Astronomy podcast to start. With a new year comes a new theme. As we leave behind Totality 2017, we will embrace Amateur Astronomer contributions and the importance of citizen science with 2018, the Year of Everyday Astronomers.
The award winning 365 Days Of Astronomy show is proud to announce it is launching a ninth season. Totality 2017 will be our theme, as we celebrate the path of Totality marching across North America on August 21st, 2017.
Breaking News! The Award Winning 365 Days Of Astronomy is proud to announce the project will continue in 2016.
2015 is an important year: UNESCO* has declared it the International Year of Light, and the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast will record its seventh year of daily content – content that focuses on light!
The 365 Days of Astronomy will continue its service in 2014! And this time we will have more days available for new audio. It can be 10 minutes audio or up to an hour!
Starting February 2013, we’re back online again. This time it's from the new home in Cosmoquest! Here’s the story. The 365 Days of Astronomy Project began as a simple idea to publish one podcast, created by professional and amateur astronomers or astronomy enthusiasts...