Past Scripts

 


Dec. 2000 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 12/04/2000 thru 12/10/2000

"The Holiday Star Gets Higher and Brighter!

and Using The Moon To Find The 2 Largest Planets"

 

Star Gazer : 12/11/2000 thru 12/17/2000

"The Eclipse Of The Sun On Christmas Day

and How To View It Safely"

 

Star Gazer : 12/18/2000 thru 12/24/2000

"Now 's The Time To Use

Your New Telescope and Binoculars

Because 3 Outrageously Wonderful Planets

Bring The Year 2000

To A Spectacular Sky Show End"

 

Star Gazer : 12/25/2000 thru 12/31/2000

"Ring In The New Year The Cosmic Way!

With The New Year's Eve Star

and Two Wonderful Planets"


Nov. 2000 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 11/06/2000 thru 11/12/2000

"The Leonid Meteor Shower and

The Full Moon Visits Two Planets and A Star"

 

Star Gazer : 11/13/2000 thru 11/19/2000

"A Turkey Isn't The Only Bird

You'll See For Thanksgiving"

 

Star Gazer : 11/20/2000 thru 11/26/2000

"Three Outrageously Wonderful Planets

For The Holiday Season,2000"

 

Star Gazer : 11/27/2000 thru 12/3/2000

"The Surest Sign of Winter and

Why The Shortest Day Of The Year

Doesn't Feel Like The Shortest Day Of The Year "


Oct. 2000 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 10/02/2000 thru 10/08/2000

"The Milky Way At Its Very Best

In Early Evening October Skies"

 

Star Gazer : 10/09/2000 thru 10/15/2000

"The Planets Brighten and

Triskaidekaphobia Day!"

 

Star Gazer : 10/16/2000 thru 10/22/2000

"The Witching Hour and The Pleiades Hour

and The End of The World On Halloween!"

 

Star Gazer : 10/23/2000 thru 10/29/2000

"A Venus and Crescent Moon Sky Goody

and Say Farewell To Sagittarius"

 

Star Gazer : 10/30/2000 thru 11/05/2000

"The Farthest Thing In The Universe

You Can See With The Naked Eye"


Sept. 2000 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 9/04/2000 thru 9/10/2000

"The Nights of The Harvest Moon

and Mars and Regulus Meet"

 

Star Gazer : 9/11/2000 thru 9/17/2000

"This Year's Autumnal Equinox

and The Unusual Effect It Will Have On Drivers"

 

Star Gazer : 9/18/2000 thru 9/24/2000

"Moon and Planet Games For

The Last Week Of September"

 

Star Gazer : 9/25/2000 thru 10/01/2000

"The Summer Triangle

Gives Way To

The Autumn Square"


Aug 2000 (Click Here)

 

Star Gazer : 8/07/2000 thru 8/13/2000

"The One Hour Only Perseid

Comet Litter Meteor Shower"

 

Star Gazer : 8/14/2000 thru 8/20/2000

"Using The Moon To Find

Four Planets In Late Summer Skies"

 

Star Gazer : 8/21/2000 thru 8/27/2000

"A City Of Stars In Summer Skies"

 

Star Gazer : 8/28/2000 thru 9/3/2000

"Vega: The Brightest and Most Wonderful

Star Of The Summer Triangle"


July 2000 (Click Here)

 

Star Gazer : 7/03/2000 thru 7/09/2000

"Earth Farthest From The Sun This Week,

and The Two Largest Planets Light Up Morning Skies"

 

Star Gazer : 7/10/2000 thru 7/16/2000

"It's Zubenelgenubi and Zubeneschamali Time Once Again!"

 

Star Gazer : 7/17/2000 thru 7/23/2000

"A Pre Dawn Sky For The Last Week Of July!

 

Star Gazer : 7/24/2000 thru 7/30/2000

"Two Cat's Eyes In Summer Skies"

 

Star Gazer : 7/31/2000 thru 8/06/2000

"A Planet Named George and

How To Find It Next Week ... Maybe"

 


June 2000 (Click Here)

 

Star Gazer : 6/05/2000 thru 6/11/2000

"A Jupiter-Saturn Alert &

The Wonderful Full Moon of June"

 

Star Gazer : 6/12/2000 thru 6/18/2000

"Day Star Day : A Celebration of the Summer Solstice

and The Star We Call Our Sun"

 

Star Gazer : 6/19/2000 thru 6/25/2000

"A Great Celestial Triangle Announces

The Beginning of Summer and Your Last Chance

To See Jupiter and Saturn This Close Until 2020"

 

Star Gazer : 6/26/2000 thru 7/2/2000

"A Special Sky For The 4th Of July "


May. 2000 (Click Here)

 

Star Gazer : 5/01/2000 thru 5/07/2000

"How To Use The Moon To Find

The Lion, The Virgin and The Scorpion"

 

Star Gazer : 5/08/2000 thru 5/14/2000

"How To Measure Distances In The Sky

Using Just Your Fingers and

The Big Dipper"

 

Star Gazer : 5/15/2000 thru 5/21/2000

"Regulus and Denebola, The Heart and Tail

Of Leo The Lion"

 

Star Gazer : 5/22/2000 thru 5/28/2000

"There Are Only 2 Really Good Times

This Year To See Mercury and

Next Week Is One Of Them! "

 

Star Gazer : 5/29/2000 thru 6/04/2000

"The Closest Meeting Of

The Two Largest Planets For 20 Years! "


April. 2000 (Click Here)

 

Star Gazer : 4/03/2000 thru 4/09/2000

"The Great Mars/Jupiter/Saturn Sky Show

Reaches Its Climax"

 

Star Gazer : 4/10/2000 thru 4/16/2000

"Using The Big Dipper

To Find Two Wonderful Stars!"

 

Star Gazer : 4/17/2000 thru 4/23/2000

"How To Time Travel Through The Big Dipper"

 

Star Gazer : 4/24/2000 thru 4/30/2000

"The Big Planetary Lineup Brou-Ha-Ha!

You Won't Even Get Your Feet Wet!"


Mar. 2000 (Click Here)

 

Star Gazer #00-10 3/06/2000 thru 3/12/2000

 

"The Strange and Marvelous Reality of

The Brightest Star We See Most Often"

 

Star Gazer #00-11 3/13/2000 thru 3/19/2000

 

"Why Is Spring Called Spring?

and Other Tantalizing Tidbits About The Seasons"

 

Star Gazer #00-12 3/20/2000 thru 3/26/2000

 

"Low Lyin' Orion and The High Flyin' Lion"

 

Star Gazer #00-13 3/27/2000 thru 4/02/2000

 

"The Incredible Journey of

Mars, Jupiter and Saturn"

 


Feb. 2000 (Click Here)

 

Star Gazer #00-06 2/7/2000 thru 2/13/2000

"A Great Big Red Star For Valentine's Day,

Slowly Beating Like A Giant Cosmic Heart"

 

Star Gazer #00-07 2/14/2000 thru 2/20/2000

"The Brightest Star In The Night Sky"

 

Star Gazer #00-08 2/21/2000 thru 2/27/2000

"The Venus Challenge"

 

Star Gazer #00-09 2/28/2000 thru 3/05/2000

"Getting Ready For A Great Meeting Of The Planets"


Jan. 2000 (Click Here)

 

Star Gazer #00-01 1/3/2000 thru 1/9/2000

"Earth Closest To The Sun This Week!

Four Naked Eye Planets and

A Lunar Eclipse Alert!"

 

Star Gazer #00-02 1/10/2000 thru 1/16/2000

"Get Ready For Next Week's Total Eclipse of The Moon"

 

Star Gazer #00-03 1/17/2000 thru 1/23/2000

"A Lunar Eclipse Alert!

and A Journey To A Place Where Stars Are Born"

 

Star Gazer #00-04 1/24/2000 thru 1/30/2000

"A Ground Hog Day Sky Show Extravaganza!

Plus A Tiny Taste of Summer"

 

Star Gazer #00-05 1/31/2000 thru 2/6/2000

"The Moon Visits The Planets and

The Planets Prepare To Visit Each Other"

 


 

Scripts For 1999 (Click Here)

Scripts For 1998 (Click Here)

Scripts For 1997 (Click Here)

Scripts For 1996 (Click Here)



 

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