Episode 39- Late Spring Break

Episode 39- Late Spring Break

The Night Sky Tourist podcast is taking a late Spring Break to refresh and come back this summer. There will be no new episodes during the month of May 2022. But check out my suggestions for your stargazing experiences during this break.  SPREAD THE WORD Help us...
Episode 38- Astronomy on Tap with Emily Rice

Episode 38- Astronomy on Tap with Emily Rice

Emily Rice, aka DJ Carly Sagan, is an organizer for the International Astronomy on Tap program. She’s fun and witty, but she’s also super smart! Emily is an Associate Professor of Astrophysics at Macaulay Honors College of the City University of New York. She is a...
Episode 37- Hidden Star Map at Hoover Dam with Patti Aaron

Episode 37- Hidden Star Map at Hoover Dam with Patti Aaron

Patti Aaron chats with me about a gorgeous star map hidden in plain sight at Hoover Dam. Hoover Dam is an extraordinary engineering work that controls the Colorado River. Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated the dam in 1936. The dedication site now has a star map and other...
Episode 36- Lakota Star Knowledge with Dr. Craig Howe

Episode 36- Lakota Star Knowledge with Dr. Craig Howe

Dr. Craig Howe chats with me about Lakota Star Knowledge and the relationship between the Lakota and the night sky. He is the founder and director of the Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies and has served as the Deputiy Assistant for Cultural...
Episode 35- Wild Nights Out with Chris Salisbury

Episode 35- Wild Nights Out with Chris Salisbury

Chris Salisbury is the author of the book “Wild Nights Out: The Magic of Exploring the Outdoors after Dark”. He is the founder of WildWise, an outdoor education, and training company. He uses every creative means at his disposal to encourage people to enjoy and value...
Episode 34- Aboriginal Skies with Paul Curnow

Episode 34- Aboriginal Skies with Paul Curnow

Paul Curnow chats with me about Aboriginal Skies in Australia. He has been an astronomy lecturer at the Adelaide Planetarium for the past 30 years. After 3 decades of research, he is regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on Australian Aboriginal night sky...