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"Star Gazers" is the world's only weekly television series on naked eye astronomy. Each weekly episode features selected objects for naked eye viewing for the following week.

Best Meteor Shower Dec 14, 2022 | December 5 - December 11

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Star Gazers #STGZ241 December 5-11, 2022 “Best Meteor Shower Dec 14, 2022”

Episodes

Extras + Features

  • The Many Faces of Our Moon: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    The Many Faces of Our Moon

    S43 - 3m 57s

    We humans all look up at the same moon, but we don't all see it the same way. Trace explains why.

  • Devour Those Showers: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Devour Those Showers

    S43 - 3m 10s

    Why is it that meteor showers happen every year? Trace Dominguez explains why.

  • Our Strange, Average Sun: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Our Strange, Average Sun

    S43 - 2m 59s

    Did you know the Sun isn't that bright compared to other stars? Join Trace as he examines our strange Sun's characteristics.

  • How To Spot the International Space Station: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    How To Spot the International Space Station

    S43 - 3m 23s

    The international space station is one of the most incredible technological and scientific experiments ever attempted by humankind and in this episode, Trace tells you how you can see it!

  • Universe Time Machine: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Universe Time Machine

    S43 - 2m 44s

    Did you know that when you a star you are not seeing as it is now, but as it was when it’s light was generated. Essentially, you are looking back in time. Trace explains more in this episode of Star Gazers!

  • Andromeda Collision: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Andromeda Collision

    S43 - 2m 56s

    Have you ever wondered what happens when galaxies collide? Well in approximately four-and-a-half billion years it's going to happen with our galaxy and the Andromeda galaxy. Trace Dominguez discusses...

  • Star Colors: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Star Colors

    S43 - 4m 1s

    On this episode of Star Gazers, Trace Dominguez examines the various phenomena that give stars their colors.

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