WPBT2's Star Gazers

Episodes

September 30, 2019-
October 6, 2019
#19-39 "Perseus and the Seven Sisters"
September 23, 2019-
September 29, 2019
#19-38 "A Flying Horse and Another Lunar Leapfrog"
September 16, 2019-
September 22, 2019
#19-37 "Autmnul Equinox - It's Fall"
September 9, 2019-
September 15, 2019
#19-36 "Finding Direction in the Night Sky"
September 2, 2019-
September 8, 2019
#19-35 "Aquila the Eagle"
August 25, 2019-
September 1, 2019
#19-34 "Lunar Leapfrog: Part 2"
August 19, 2019-
August 25, 2019
#19-33 "Where Did All These Constellations Come From"
August 12, 2019-
August 18, 2019
#19-32 "The North vs. The South"
August 5, 2019-
August 11, 2019
#19-31 "Weekend Between the Planets"
July 29, 2019-
August 4, 2019
#19-30 "The Fish Hook and the Scorpion"
July 22, 2019-
July 28, 2019
#19-29 "Finding the Milky Way"
July 15, 2019-
July 21, 2019
#19-28 "Apollo 11 Mission to the Moon"
July 8, 2019-
July 14, 2019
#19-27 "Measuring the Cosmos"
July 1, 2019-
July 7, 2019
#19-26 "Saturn at Opposition!"
June 26, 2019-
July 2, 2019
#19-25 "The Sky on the 4th of July"
June 19, 2019-
June 25, 2019
#19-24 "Vega, Altair, Deneb… Oh My!"
June 12, 2019-
June 18, 2019
#19-23 "The "M" Planets"
June 3, 2019-
June 11, 2019
#19-22 "Opposing Jupiter"
May 27, 2019-
June 2, 2019
#19-21 "Jupiter at Midnight"
May 20, 2019-
May 26, 2019
#19-20 "The Many Sides of the Moon"
May 13, 2019-
May 29, 2019
#19-19 "The Many Faces of the Big Dipper"
May 6, 2019-
May 12, 2019
#19-18 "The Three Little C's of Spring"
April 29, 2019-
May 5, 2019
#19-17 "Springtime Constellation Shootout"
April 22, 2019-
April 28, 2019
#19-16 "The Super Spring Triangle"
April 15, 2019-
April 21, 2019
#19-15 "Lunar Leapfrog with Jupiter and Saturn"
April 8, 2019-
April 14, 2019
#19-14 "Follow the Arc to Arcturus"
April 1, 2019-
April 7, 2019
#19-13 "Bootes"
March 25, 2019-
March 31, 2019
#19-12 "Ophi-who"
March 18, 2019-
March 24, 2019
#19-11 "Colorful Stars"
March 11, 2019-
March 17, 2019
#19-10 "Return of the Vern"
March 4, 2019-
March 10, 2019
#19-09 "The Tipsy Moon"
February 25, 2019-
March 3, 2019
#19-08 "The Orion Family Reunion"
February 18, 2019-
February 24, 2019
#19-07 "Brightest of the Bright"
February 11, 2019-
February 17, 2019
#19-06 "Happy Birthday Galileo"
February 4, 2019-
February 10, 2019
#19-05 "Sunrise Planet Fest!"
January 28, 2019-
February 3, 2019
#19-04 "The Orion Nebula"
January 21, 2019-
January 27, 2019
#19-03 "Planets in the Kitchen"
January 14, 2019-
January 20, 2019
#19-02 "Two Bears and Two Dogs"
January 7, 2019-
January 13, 2019
#19-01 "When is the Lunar Eclipse?"
December 31, 2018-
January 6, 2018
#18-53 "Looking Up in 2019"
December 24, 2018-
December 30, 2018
#18-52 "Orion from a New Perspective"
December 17, 2018-
December 23, 2018
#18-51 "Phase-Tastic (Part 2)"
December 10, 2018-
December 16, 2018
#18-50 "Sharing Stars"
December 3, 2018-
December 9, 2018
#18-49 "Phase-Tastic (Part 1)"
November 26, 2018-
December 2, 2018
#18-48 "Goodbye Summer Triangle, Hello Orion"
November 19, 2018-
November 25, 2018
#18-47 "The Pleiades and Their Cousins"
November 12, 2018-
November 18, 2018
#18-46 "Where Did the Big Dipper Go?"
November 5, 2018-
November 11, 2018
#18-45 "Sunset Planets and The Return of the Morning Star"
October 29, 2018-
November 4, 2018
#18-44 "The Goat, The Frog and Mars"
October 22, 2018-
October 28, 2018
#18-43 "The Polygons of Autumn"
October 15, 2018-
October 21, 2018
#18-42 "Monsters in the Sky"
October 8, 2018-
October 14, 2018
#18-41 "Cepheus!"
October 1, 2018-
October 7, 2018
#18-40 "Saying Hi to the Planets"
September 24, 2018-
September 30, 2018
#18-39 "A Galactic Tea Party"
September 17 2018-
September 23, 2018
#18-38 "Shine on Harvest Moon"
September 10, 2018-
September 16, 2018
#18-37 "Lets Look at Lyra!"
September 3, 2018-
September 9, 2018
#18-36 "Follow the Wondering Moon"
August 27, 2018-
September 2, 2018
#18-35 "Let's Go Star Hopping"
August 20, 2018-
August 26, 2018
#18-34 "Delphinus the Dolphin"
August 13, 2018-
August 19, 2018
#18-33 "Looking North and South This Summer"
August 6, 2018-
August 12, 2018
#18-32 "A Rainbow of Planets"
July 30, 2018-
August 5, 2018
#18-31 "Summer Meteor Shower"
July 23, 2018-
July 29, 2018
#18-30 "Stars for Every Season"
July 16, 2018-
July 22, 2018
#18-29 "The Fourth Planet from the Sun"
July 9, 2018-
July 15, 2018
#18-28 "Moon Conjunction Junction"
July 2, 2018-
July 8, 2018
#18-27 "Visiting Mars"
June 25, 2018-
July 1, 2018
#18-26 "Scanning the Sky with Binoculars"
June 18, 2018-
June 24, 2018
#18-25 "The Sixth Planet from the Sun"
June 11, 2018-
June 17, 2018
#18-24 "Awesome Altair"
June 4, 2018-
June 10, 2018
#18-23 "Happy Birthday Jack"
May 28, 2018-
June 3, 2018
#18-22 "Retrograde!"
May 21, 2018-
May 27, 2018
#18-21 "Astronomical Distances"
May 14, 2018-
May 20, 2018
#18-20 "Hercules' Pet Cemetery"
May 7, 2018-
May 13, 2018
#18-19 "Virgo!"
April 30, 2018-
May 6, 2018
#18-18 "The Brightest Planets"
April 23, 2018-
April 29, 2018
#18-17 "The Fifth Planet from the Sun!"
April 16, 2018-
April 22, 2018
#18-16 "Time Traveling with the Big Dipper"
April 9, 2018-
April 15, 2018
#18-15 "The Second Planet from the Sun"
April 2 2018-
April 8, 2018
#18-14 "Taurus and Gemini"
March 26, 2018-
April 1, 2018
#18-13 "Ophiuchus"
March 19, 2018-
March 25, 2018
#18-12 "Finding the North Star"
March 12, 2018-
February 18, 2018
#18-11 "Spring Has Sprung"
March 5 2018-
March 11, 2018
#18-10 "Canis Major and Canis Minor"
February 26, 2018-
March 4, 2018
#18-09 "Planets of the Morning"
February 19, 2018-
February 25, 2018
#18-08 "Take The Venus - Mercury Challenge"
February 12, 2018-
February 18, 2018
#18-07 "Return of the Moon Joke Episode"
February 5 2018-
February 11, 2018
#18-06 "Elvis in the Sky"
January 29, 2018-
February 4, 2018
#18-05 "Auriga!"
January 22, 2018-
January 28, 2018
#18-04 "Once in a Blue Moon Eclipse"
January 15, 2018-
January 21, 2018
#18-03 "The Winter Football"
January 8 2018-
January 14, 2018
#18-02 "A Pair of a Pair of Planets"
January 1, 2018-
January 7, 2018
#18-01 "Celestial Events of 2018"
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