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Brought to you by Stargazing✦London, Star Signs is a podcast all about the night sky. Tune in each month for stargazing guides, as well as interviews with fascinating people whose lives overlap with the stars.

Find out more at stargazing.london

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Brought to you by Stargazing✦London, Star Signs is a podcast all about the night sky. Tune in each month for stargazing guides, as well as interviews with fascinating people whose lives overlap with the stars.

Find out more at stargazing.london

    Stargazers: Dr. Ryan French

    Stargazers: Dr. Ryan French

    Welcome to STARGAZERS, a series of interviews with fascinating people whose lives overlap with the stars. The guest for this episode is Dr. Ryan French, Solar Physicist.
    Find out more about Ryan's work at https://www.ryanjfrench.com Follow Ryan on Twitter at https://twitter.com/RyanJFrench Find Ryan on TikTok at https://www.tiktok.com/@ryanjfrench Star Signs is brought to you by Stargazing✦London, where you can find astronomy courses and children's books to help you and your little ones engage with the night sky. Find out more at https://stargazing.london

    • 52 min
    June 2022 Skyguide

    June 2022 Skyguide

    Welcome to the June 2022 Skyguide. In this episode, we explore the highlights for June, including the second in our season of 'supermoons', a series of beautiful conjunctions and the centre of the Milky Way. Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss.
    You can find Tom's children's book, The Squirrel that Watched the Stars at https://books.stargazing.london
    You can watch the read aloud audiobook on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOv6ke9JhUc
    If you want a complete beginner's guide to astronomy, you can support this podcast by becoming a student at Stargazing London. Sign up for our online course, Stargazing Made Simple, and use code STARSIGNS2020 to save 20% at the checkout!
    Find out more and sign up at https://stargazing.london

    • 20 min
    May 2022 Skyguide

    May 2022 Skyguide

    Welcome to the May 2022 Skyguide! In this episode, we'll see what's happening in the night sky throughout the month of May. The year's first near-perigee Full Moon (or 'supermoon') slips into the shadow of the Earth for a spectacular total lunar eclipse.
    You can find out how the eclipse will appear where you are at https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/map/2022-may-16
    Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss.
    You can find Tom's children's book, The Squirrel that Watched the Stars at https://books.stargazing.london
    You can watch the read aloud audiobook on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOv6ke9JhUc
    If you want a complete beginner's guide to astronomy, you can support this podcast by becoming a student at Stargazing London. Sign up for our online course, Stargazing Made Simple, and use code STARSIGNS2022 to save 20% at the checkout!
    Find out more and sign up at https://stargazing.london

    • 31 min
    Stargazers: David Eicher

    Stargazers: David Eicher

    Welcome to STARGAZERS, a series of interviews with fascinating people whose lives overlap with the stars. The guest for this episode is David Eicher, astronomy writer and editor-in-chief at Astronomy Magazine. Find out more about Astronomy Magazine at https://www.astronomy.com Follow David's work on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/davidjohneicher Follow David on Twitter at https://twitter.com/deicherstar Star Signs is brought to you by Stargazing✦London, where you can find astronomy courses and children's books to help you and your little ones engage with the night sky. Find out more at https://stargazing.london

    • 57 min
    April 2022 Skyguide

    April 2022 Skyguide

    Welcome to the April 2022 Skyguide! In this episode, we'll see what's happening in the night sky throughout the month of April. The Pink Moon competes with a rise in meteor activity, and then visits a stunning precession of planets in the morning sky.
    Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss.
    You can find Tom's children's book, The Squirrel that Watched the Stars at https://books.stargazing.london
    You can watch the read aloud audiobook on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOv6ke9JhUc
    If you want a complete beginner's guide to astronomy, you can support this podcast by becoming a student at Stargazing London. Sign up for our online course, Stargazing Made Simple, and use code STARSIGNS2022 to save 20% at the checkout!
    Find out more and sign up at https://stargazing.london

    • 23 min
    Stargazers: Prof. Lucie Green

    Stargazers: Prof. Lucie Green

    Welcome to the inaugural episode of STARGAZERS, a series of interviews with fascinating people whose lives overlap with the stars. The guest for this episode is Professor Lucie Green, solar physicist and science communicator.
    Find out more about Lucie’s research at https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mssl/people/prof-lucie-green Follow Lucie on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Dr_Lucie Discover Lucie’s book, 15 Million Degrees: A Journey to the Centre of the Sun at https://www.penguin.co.uk/books/187/187592/15-million-degrees/9780241963555.html Star Signs is brought to you by Stargazing✦London, where you can find astronomy courses and children's books to help you and your little ones engage with the night sky. Find out more at https://stargazing.london

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Brian Boru82 ,

New to stargazing

I acquired a telescope this year, and went looking for a podcast on astronomy and different astronomical events that are upcoming. This really fits the bill, and is very accessible for an amateur like me. I also enjoy the news on astronomy related subjects. Thanks!

ColeJohnson01 ,

Super interesting and well done!

I’ve recently been getting more into stargazing and astronomy and I highly recommend this show to anyone who’s trying to do the same. It’s exactly what I needed: informative weekly guides to the night sky with interesting facts and prominent features about what you can see, as well as current space news. It’s well produced, relaxing, entertaining, and certainly educational.

PromoCodeAKASlimKeto ,

Astro ASMR for sleep

My daughters and myself listen to Tom every night at bed time to relax and learn about what we can view in our skies for the week. We also bust out impersonations of his intro randomly throughout the day, often receiving weird looks from this around us who don’t see the stargazers we’re welcoming

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