NASACast: What's Up? Video Podcasts

What's Up? -- A monthly video that gives tips for where you can find the moon, planets and stars in the night sky. Also includes amateur astronomy news and updates on NASA missions.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 2m. Bisher sind 47 Folge(n) erschienen.
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What's Up - July 2019


As NASA marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, here are five things to know about the Moon that you can share with others.


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What's Up - June 2019


What's up in the June sky? Jupiter is at its biggest and brightest, Mercury and Mars appear ultra-close and how you can observe the Moon's tilted orbit.


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What's Up - May 2019


Meteors from Halley's Comet, dinosaurs in the sky and a blue moon rises.


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What's Up - April 2019


What can you see in the April sky? The Moon visits Mars in the evening, and later joins Saturn and Jupiter for a spot of tea.


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What's Up - March 2019


What can you see in the March sky? Jupiter and other planets in the morning, a change of seasons and an open star cluster called the Beehive.


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What's Up - March 2019


What can you see in the March sky? Jupiter and other planets in the morning, a change of seasons and an open star cluster called the Beehive.


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What's Up - February 2019


What can you see in the February sky? Stars and planets with distinct red and blue colors, like Mars and Sirius.


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What's Up - February 2019


What can you see in the February sky? Stars and planets with distinct red and blue colors, like Mars and Sirius.


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What's Up - December 2018


High rates for the Geminid meteor shower, a visible comet, and a fond farewell.


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What's Up - December 2018


High rates for the Geminid meteor shower, a visible comet, and a fond farewell.


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