The Sky At Night
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The Sky At Night
First Aired: April 24th, 1957
Status: Continuing
Network: BBC Four
Summary: Sir Patrick Moore (1923-2012) began presenting The Sky at Night in April 1957. Airing a new episode every month, the show continues to explore our solar system and beyond. It is the longest running science show on TV. Many famous people have appeared on The Sky at Night, among them - Harlow Shapley, Carl Sagan and Jocelyn Bell-Burnell. Many astronauts have also appeared, including Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. Recordings of most of the early episodes no longer exist.
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# of Episodes: 638
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A Beginner's Guide
Season 2020 - Episode 1: A Beginner's Guide
Air Date: January 12nd, 2020, 10:00 PM
Summary: The Sky at Night team go back to basics to show you how to enjoy the night sky, wherever you are. It doesn’t matter if you live in a city or in the countryside, if you have a telescope, a pair of binoculars or just your eyes to look with. Pete explains why the night sky changes and joins a group of novice stargazers to talk about the best ways to introduce newcomers to the night. Chris ventures onto a roof in Oxford and marvels at the moon through binoculars, and Maggie goes back to her childhood telescope-making class to talk basic telescope essentials. Curious about the night sky but don’t know where to start? Want to know how to make the most of your new telescope? This is the programme for you!
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Sir Patrick Moore - Presenter
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Chris Lintott - Presenter
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Maggie Aderin-Pocock - Presenter
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