Time for Observer’s Calendar and @ActualAstronomy discuss about watching the Planets Jupiter, Uranus, Neptune and Saturn pair with our Moon in the evening sky as well as other sights to see in September
Today’s @ActualAstronomy will present the key stars of the Summer sky. From the stars of the Summer Triangle, a couple fast moving stars and the prominent stellar markers for Scorpius, Ophiuchus and Sagittarius.
Time for what’s up this month in August. In this episode @ActualAstronomy In this episode we’ll talk about watching the Planets Mars, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter and Saturn and our Moon.
The Actual Astronomy Podcast presents Solar Observing. In this episode Chris and Shane discuss several listeners’ emails on solar observing, then talk about everything you need to know to observe the Sun safely. Topics include white light solar filters, H-Alpha as well as what you can see on the Sun.
Lets check out what’s up in July sky as @ActualAstronomy talk about watching the Planets Mars, Venus, Mercury and our Moon in the evening sky as well as other sights to see in the July Night Sky.
Today @ActualAstronomy discuss about Carbon Star Hunters list of 150 blood red stars with Luca Vanzella and also his journey in astronomy from first telescopes to a 32-inch club telescope project.
Today Actual Astronomy talk about watching Mars pass through M44, the Beehive Cluster as well as other sights to see in the June Night Sky. We go over some of the pairings of the Moon and Jupiter, Saturn, and Venus during its best appearance for the year.
Today’s Actual Astronomy talk with Berta Beltran about her journey in astronomy from first telescopes to a new refractor. Also her public outreach and how she began to sketch and representing the night sky colours as her unique style.
This month we’ll talk about the recent Aurora Borealis which lit up our skies. There will be a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse, however, this will be mostly a photographic event. We then go over some of the pairings of the Moon and Saturn then Jupiter is occulted (passed over) by the Moon
Join us today as @ActualAstronomy discuss about creating photographic-like sketches through 28-inch portable reflector with Howard Banich