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TSAU 2024-01 Happy 2024
TSAU 2024-01 Happy 2024
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TSAU 2024-01 Happy 2024

TSAU 2023-05 Auriga is Awesome
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TSAU 2023-05 Auriga is Awesome

TSAU 2023 10   The October Solar Eclipse
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TSAU 2023 10 The October Solar Eclipse

TSAU 2023 - 009 Antares Occultation
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TSAU 2023 - 009 Antares Occultation

TSAU 2023 06 What Is A Parsec?
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TSAU 2023 06 What Is A Parsec?

TSAU 2023 008 A Solstice Lunar Planetary Triangle
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TSAU 2023 008 A Solstice Lunar Planetary Triangle

The Moon Occults Jupiter! Wednesday, May 17, 2023
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The Moon Occults Jupiter! Wednesday, May 17, 2023

TSAU 2023 - 007 The 2023 Lyrid Meteor Shower
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TSAU 2023 - 007 The 2023 Lyrid Meteor Shower

Welcome to The Sky Above Us with James Albury!

 

James C. Albury is the manager of the Kika Silva Pla Planetarium and was co-host of the PBS television program "Star Gazers" (2011-2019).  He's now the host of his own astronomy program "The Sky Above Us".  James will give you a guided tour of the night sky and tell you what to look for during the coming weeks!

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The Sky Above Us Podcast

Our podcast series where James C. Albury and Professor Andy Sheppard discuss the wonders of the night sky and all things concerning space on this bi-weekly podcast. Podcast feed available on 7 platforms (including Spotify and Apple Podcasts!)

Have a question you want answered on our Podcast?  Submit the question below in the "Ask James!" form!

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If you'd like to support our program, visit our Patreon link, and you could qualify for "The Sky Above Us" memorabilia and you could see your name in the credits of our next episode!

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