We’ve created a lot of content over the years, and the good news is that you can still find it easily! Here are our shows and where to find our past episodes. To watch live, visit our schedule page here.
Astronomy Cast – Astronomy Cast takes a fact-based journey through the cosmos as it offers listeners weekly discussions on astronomical topics ranging from planets to cosmology. Hosted by Fraser Cain and Dr. Pamela L. Gay, this show brings the questions of an avid astronomy lover direct to an astronomer. Together Fraser and Pamela explore what is known and being discovered about the universe around us, and take questions live from the chat. Find the videos here at our Astronomy Cast YouTube channel.
Weekly Space Hangout – Hosted by Fraser Cain, the Weekly Space Hangout aims to bring you the top stories in astronomy every week with in-depth analysis by a team of space journalists and aficionados. The Weekly Space Hangout Crew also coordinate special guests, who often answer viewer questions from the chat. Find these shows over on Fraser Cain’s Weekly Space Hangout YouTube Channel.
Learning Space – Currently on Hiatus. Learning Space is a twice monthly Hangout on Air about topics in astronomy education, outreach, and other ways to share science. We bring you interviews, hands-on demonstrations, lists of our favorite resources, and more. You can find our shows featuring hosts Dr. Pamela L. Gay and Georgia Bracey on the Learning Space YouTube channel.
In the Archives
You can find the Astronomy Cast archived videos on YouTube at Fraser Cain’s Universe Today (Dec 2011-Nov 2014) and Astronomy Cast (Nov 2014-present). Our audio archives are located at 365 Days of Astronomy.
Virtual Star Party – Check out the archives of the Virtual Star Party, where astronomers shared their views of the sky. Fraser Cain and Scott Lewis gathered up their phenomenal group of citizen astronomers from across the globe in order to share their view of the universe from their telescopes in a Google+ Hangout on Air.
In addition to Fraser, Scott, and the astronomers were PhD astronomers discussing and explaining the amazing space science and astronomy that’s being viewed in the telescopes. They took requests and answered questions left in the comments.