Mercury will be passing between the Sun and the Earth! Are you ready for this? We talk with our astronomical guests Dr. Armstrong, Dr. She, and Tag! Transit of Mercury! https://www.space.com/32819-mercury-transit-how-to-watch-safely-equipment.html https://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-blogs/imaging-foundations-richard-wright/how-safely-photograph-sun/
UH Maui is having a little astronomy event on-campus in Kahului! Join Dr. Armstrong, Dr. She, and Tag from the Kihei Charter School Astronomy Club for this fun time! UH Maui Astronomy! Join us Thursday, November 14th 2019, 6pm til 9pm! For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Liquid nitrogen ice cream! Tons of telescopes! Science experiments! Talks and lectures! The Institute for Astronomy Maui is having an open house on Friday, September 20th! IfA Open House! – Part 1 Are you a fan? Want to know more? Well, listen in! Dr. Armstrong (our fearless astronomer) chimes in and more!
We’re continuing on with the IFA’s open house, plus very cool stuff besides! IfA Open House! – Part 2 E=mc2: A Biography of the World’s Most Famous Equation – https://amzn.to/2PPusQr Einstein for Beginners – https://amzn.to/2PTRVAg And a cool video about black holes! https://youtu.be/zUyH3XhpLTo
Dr. Tim Slater is an astronomy professor at the University of Wyoming and lives in Hawaii over on the big island. He writes college textbooks, he loves science fiction, and he helps run HawaiiCon Science Fiction convention! Prelude to Hawaiicon 2019 What’s going on for HawaiiCon 2019? Glad you asked! New guests, panels, continuing education for teachers, student scientists, cosplayers, gamers, and more! Its September 26-29, 2019 at the Kona Sheraton Resort! Find out all about it at www.hawaiicon.com.
News, news, news. We missed a week (sorry! life happens!) so we need to catch up on the news! Time waits for no one, right? More News! – Part 1 We talk about SPACE and TELESCOPES and SUPER GRAPHICS and DON’T DOWNLOAD CHROMIUM EDGE YET! *phew* Ready to listen in? Also, don’t forget the deadline to win that SanDisk 480gb SSD is Friday, April 19th at 11:59pm! Email your questions, comments, and show ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org to be entered in!
Everyone has hobbies they love, and they all had to start somewhere. Be it curiosity, perhaps a friend or family sharing, those first steps are important! J.D. Visits! – Part 1 So today we’re sharing easy ways to get into astronomy and stargazing for you, kids in your life, and more! Want to see what’s coming up in the week? Check out http://www.astronomy.com/observing/sky-this-week Did you know you can buy astronomy activities and games for the family? https://myasp.astrosociety.org/products/familyastro Got a smartphone? There are apps to help out novice stargazers! https://www.forbes.com/sites/jesseshanahan/2018/05/09/the-best-free-stargazing-apps-of-2018/
Ready to get started on astronomy? We get into that! You don’t even need to buy expensive equipment! Just go out and look! J.D. visits! – Part 2 Did you know that the UH Institute for Astronomy has monthly public talks? This Friday, April 5, 2019 at 6:30pm there’s one featuring Guy Jette talking about doing astronomy south of the equator! And, did you know there are astronomy clubs here on Maui? You should go check them out! Fun links! http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/info/press-releases/Gault_Mar2019/ http://aerith.net/comet/weekly/current.html http://astrobiology.com/2019/03/the-l-98-59-system-three-transiting-terrestrial-sized-planets-orbiting-a-nearby-m-dwarf.html Want to buy LD some coffee? Check out our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/mauionline/overview
Star gazing. Its a wonderful way to spend an evening, especially on a dark, cool night. You can use just your eyes, and with a smartphone app you can have a nice time! Astronomy 101 – Part 1 But, what’s the next step? Why, its a telescope! Join us as guest Dr Armstrong joins us and talks beginner astronomy! http://stellarium.org/
Astronomy is great field because amateurs contribute to it on a regular basis! And, in the previous hour we gave you a starting point for checking out the stars. Astronomy 101 – Part 2 But after that? What if you want to become a professional? Well, Dr. Armstrong talk to us about that!