This week’s episode of Looking Up we’re talking all about the Northern Lights. We’ll be discussing the science behind the Aurora, as well as the significance of the Northern Lights throughout history. Tune in and find out when you’ll be able to see this light show next. If you’re interested in learning more about the […]
This week, we’re learning all about comets! Wyoming Stargazing is excited to have a new version of a classic program for you! If you’ve been following Wyoming Stargazing for a while, you might remember our radio program called Looking Up that was featured on Jackson’s local radio station, KHOL. We’ve taken the radio version of […]
Last week’s show was about eclipses of the late twentieth century, Einstein’s greatest discovery, and the science behind solar eclipse safety.
This past weeks show was about more eclipses in modern history with a special focus on the last eclipse to pass through Wyoming and Colorado in 1878.
This week’s looking up is all about important eclipses that shaped historical events or effected famous historical figures from ancient Greek astronomers to Columbus.
Archaeoastronomers look into eclipses of the past to discover more about ancient cultures and history
A more in depth look at the Moons orbit and the “predictions” that astronomers can make into the future and the past.
How did the Earth get such large moon? What’s the difference between a solar and lunar eclipse?
The basics of solar eclipses and what we’ll get to see during totality here in Jackson.
Dr. Samuel Singer of Wyoming Stargazing discussed his public programs within Wyoming Stargazing and also the upcoming Solar Eclipse. The eclipse will be on August 21st and the town of Jackson is already booked to capacity for the occasion. We discussed the science behind the eclipse and why people are so excited to travel out […]