Are There Aliens?
Are humans the only intelligent life in the universe? Probably not. This show, targeted for a young audience, explains how NASA is looking for habitable planets and the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence.
Comets and Asteroids
Learn more about the giant rocks that share our solar system with the planets. This includes a history of terrestrial hits that have occurred since the beginning of our solar system, plus discussion about the chances of a collision in the future.
How to Buy a Telescope
This show describes how telescopes work, the different types available to amateurs, and how to choose the best one to fit your budget.
Our Solar System
This show is about the sun, planets, plutoids, dwarf planets and other rocky and frozen objects that orbit our sun. It is updated continually to include the latest information from NASA. The show also addresses the possibility of aliens.
Wonders in the Sky
Wonders of the Sky reveals everything in the night sky including constellations, planets, the moon, galaxies and nebula, and addresses the search for habitable planets beyond our solar system.
Search for Intelligent Life
Are humans the only intelligent life in the universe? Probably not. This show explains how NASA is looking for habitable planets and the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence.
Sun - Earth - Moon
The sun is crucial to life on earth, but it is also deadly. This show discusses how the earth needs the sun but is also protected from it, and how the moon is necessary for life to form and continue on earth.
The Christmas Show
This show covers the history of the winter solstice celebration and why Christmas is celebrated at this time. It also addresses what the Christmas star might have been, when the birth described in the Bible would have happened, and the story of the Three Kings using biblical, historical and astronomical data. Due to the subject matter, the show has a strongly Christian theme.
The Fermi Paradox
In 1950, physicist Enrico Fermi proposed the question: If the universe is over 13 billion years old, and there are billions of planets in the universe that are millions of years older than the earth, why aren't there aliens visiting earth? This became known as the Fermi Paradox, and this show reveals some professional answers to this question. The program also includes open discussion time.
The Seasonal Sky
This show is continually updated to reveal what is in the sky during the current month, including the visible planets, stars, constellations and any comets that may appear.
The World Will Not End on December 21, 2012
This show explores theories about the world's demise that include the planets aligning, the Mayan calendar ending, the sun crossing between the black hole in the galaxy's center and earth, the magnetic poles changing and Nostradamus' writings.
We Go to The Moon
This show for children four to six years old shows what it would be like to go to the moon, and gives them a chance to discuss what they would need for the trip.
What's in the Sky
This show for children four to six years old is about things in the night sky during the current season.