Past Scripts


December 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 12/02/2002 thru 12/08/2002

"December's Days Of Earliest Sunsets
Venus Reaches Greatest Brilliancy
And Orion Announces The Coming Of Winter"

Star Gazer : 12/09/2002 thru 12/15/2002

"Saturn Comes Into Opposition December 17th
And Will Be At Its Biggest And Brightest It Ever Gets"

Star Gazer : 12/16/2002 thru 12/22/2002

"What Is the Winter Solstice Really All About?"

Star Gazer : 12/23/2002 thru 12/29/2002

"Celebrate New Year's Eve
With The New Year's Eve Star"

Star Gazer : 12/30/2002 thru 1/05/2003

"2003 : The Year Of The Amateur Telescope/
A Cosmic Preview"


November 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 11/04/2002 thru 11/10/2002

"Get Ready For What May Be The Last Great
Leonid Meteor Storm In 100 Years!"

Star Gazer : 11/11/2002 thru 11/17/2002

"Planets Aplenty For Both Night Owls And Early Birds"

Star Gazer : 11/18/2002 thru 11/24/2002

Our Star Gazer Annual "3 Cosmic Birds For Thanksgiving" Show

Star Gazer : 11/25/2002 thru 12/01/2002

"Begin Your December With
A Super Celestial Triangle"


October 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 10/07/2002 thru 10/13/2002

"The Early Bird Not Only Gets The Worm,
But Also 4 Pre-dawn Planets Lined Up In A Row"

Star Gazer : 10/14/2002 thru 10/20/2002

"This Year's Very Special Hunter's Moon"

Star Gazer : 10/21/2002 thru 10/27/2002

"The Seven Sisters and Halloween,
And The End Of The World"

Star Gazer : 10/28/2002 thru 11/03/2002

"How to Look Back In Time Over Two Million Years"


September 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 9/02/2002 thru 9/08/2002

"Last Chance To See Venus And the Moon
As An Evening Pair And
A Wonderful Star Named Spica"

Star Gazer : 9/09/2002 thru 9/15/2002

"The Annual Return Of The False Dawn Of Omar Khayyam
And How To Find It Next Week"

Star Gazer : 9/16/2002 thru 9/22/2002

"Weekend Of The Harvest Moon
And The Autumnal Equinox"

Star Gazer : 9/23/2002 thru 9/29/2002

"Venus At Greatest Brilliancy
And Two Wonderful Planets"

Star Gazer : 9/30/2002 thru 10/06/2002

"Mars And Mercury Pair Up
And the Rival Of Mars Says Good Bye"


August 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 8/05/2002 thru 8/11/2002

"Venus Meets The Moon
And The Night Of St. Lawrence's Tears"

Star Gazer : 8/12/2002 thru 8/18/2002

"The Great Mars Approach Begins!
As Mars Prepares For Its Closest Meeting
With Earth In 60,000 Years!"

Star Gazer : 8/19/2002 thru 8/25/2002

"An Ancient Archer Aims His Arrow
At The Heart Of The Scorpion
And The Heart Of The Galaxy"

Star Gazer : 8/26/2002 thru 9/01/2002

"The Summer Triangle Blazes Overhead
For The Labor Day Weekend"


July 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 7/1/2002 thru 7/7/2002

"Earth At Aphelion; Saturn Meets The Moon:
And Venus Meets The Heart of leo"

Star Gazer : 7/8/2002 thru 7/14/2002

"The Two Mairzy Doats and Dozey Doats
And Supercalifragilisticexpialidocius Stars
Of The Cosmos"

Star Gazer : 7/15/2002 thru 7/21/2002

"A Cosmic City Of A Million Stars
And How To Find It"

Star Gazer : 7/22/2002 thru 7/28/2002

"The Wonderful Cat's Eyes Of Summer Skies"

Star Gazer : 7/29/2002 thru 8/04/2002

"How To Get Started In Astronomy
And The Two Comets That Never Were"

June 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 6/3/2002 thru 6/9/2002

"Even Though The Great Planetary Lineup Is Over,
The Super Jupiter/Venus/Moon Sky Show Continues"

Star Gazer : 6/10/2002 thru 6/16/2002

"Day Star Day" : An Annual "Star Gazer" Celebration
Of The Summer Solstice And Our Closest Star"

Star Gazer : 6/17/2002 thru 6/23/2002

"What The Stars Look Like On
The First Nights Of Summer"

Star Gazer : 6/24/2002 thru 6/30/2002

"How To See A Super Special Sky Show
Right After the Fireworks On The 4th Of July"


May 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 5/6/2002 thru 5/12/2002

"May 14 Is Super Venus/Moon Day!
And The Great Planet Gathering
And Dance Continues"

Star Gazer : 5/13/2002 thru 5/19/2002

"Awesome Arcturus : Star Of A Million Years"

Star Gazer : 5/20/2002 thru 5/26/2002

"The Two Brightest Planets Meet
While the Twin Stars Of Gemini Look On"

Star Gazer : 5/27/2002 thru 6/2/2002

"Venus and Jupiter
Versus
The Gemini Twins"


April 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 4/1/2002 thru 4/7/2002

"How To Look Back In Time
Using The Most Famous Star Pattern
Of Them All"

Star Gazer : 4/8/2002 thru 4/14/2002

"The Great Planetary Lineup Begins
And You Can Watch It All
With Just The Naked Eye"

Star Gazer : 4/15/2002 thru 4/21/2002

"Celebrate National Astronomy Day This Weekend
With The Best Planetary Lineup In Decades"

Star Gazer : 4/22/2002 thru 4/28/2002

"The Incredible Planetary Pin Ball Game
During The Great Planetary Lineup"

Star Gazer : 4/29/2002 thru 5/5/2002

"Planets In A Super Huddle
The Great Planetary Gathering Continues
And Becomes Even More Spectacular"


March 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 3/04/2002 thru 3/10/2002

"Venus Returns For St. Patrick's Day and
Getting Ready For The Great Planetary Lineup"

Star Gazer : 3/11/2002 thru 3/17/2002

"Why Is Spring Called Spring?
And What Does Spring Have To Do With
The Yellow Line In The Middle Of The Road?"

Star Gazer : 3/18/2002 thru 3/24/2002

"The Second Biggest Full Moon of 2002
Glides Across the Sky With The Brightest Star Of Virgo"

Star Gazer : 3/25/2002 thru 3/31/2002

"Two Sure Signs Of Spring :
Low Lyin' Orion and A High Flyin' Lion "


February 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 2/04/2002 thru 2/10/2002

"A Giant Red Star For Valentine's Day
And How To Find It"

Star Gazer : 2/11/2002 thru 2/17/2002

"The Moon Has Two Super Meetings With
Two Super Planets and Plays
"Now You See It / Now You Don't"
With Saturn""

Star Gazer : 2/18/2002 thru 2/24/2002

"The Two Incredibly Close Full Moons
Of 2002 And The Farthest"

Star Gazer : 2/25/2002 thru 3/03/2002

"Saturn At Its Best Since The 70's"


January 2002 (Click Here)

Star Gazer : 1/07/2002 thru 1/13/2002

"The Winter Hexagon And The Summer Triangle
In The Sky At The Same Time,
Right Now In The Dead Of Winter,
Would You Believe?"

Star Gazer : 1/14/2002 thru 1/20/2002

"The Moon Has Two Near Misses
With Two Planets!"

Star Gazer : 1/21/2002 thru 1/27/2002

"The Shoulder And Knee Stars Of
Winter's Most Famous Constellation,
Orion The Hunter"

Star Gazer : 1/28/2002 thru 2/03/2002

"The Wonderful Stars Of Orion's Belt
And How They Turned Me On To Star Gazing"


Scripts For 2001 (Click Here)

Scripts For 2000 (Click Here)

Scripts For 1999 (Click Here)

Scripts For 1998 (Click Here)

Scripts For 1997 (Click Here)

Scripts For 1996 (Click Here)



 

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