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Bob Berman

  • We cast our gaze toward the heavens today. We'll talk astronomy with Bob Berman and Dr. Valerie Rapson. Call with your questions. 800-348-2551. Ray Graf hosts.
  • We talk astronomy with Bob Berman and Dr. Valerie Rapson. Call with your questions. 800-348-2551. Ray Graf hosts.
  • It's another astronomy edition of Vox Pop. Astronomers Valerie Rapson and Bob Berman join host Ray Graf to take your calls.
  • The full moon is on Martin Luther King Day, next Monday night. It’ll be the second highest-up Full Moon of the year, and reaches that overhead position at midnight. This week we’ll hear about the size, shape and brightness of the moon.
  • This weekend, especially Sunday morning the 26th, we reach the very middle of the waning period, the last quarter moon, so — confusingly enough – you can call it a quarter Moon or a half moon.
  • Today we talk astronomy with Bob Berman and Dr. Valerie Rapson. Call with your questions. 800-348-2551. Ray Graf hosts.
  • Earth's sister planet, Venus, has heated up the evening sky all year. No doubt you've seen that dazzling "star" lurking low in the west after sunset almost this entire year. This major eye-catching presence is now in its final weeks.
  • This week we’ll hear from those who have dedicated their lives to the sky.
  • The best moon for observers happens now. That's when it explodes with breathtaking detail for anyone with a small telescope or even ordinary binoculars.
  • Strange Universe With Bob Berman
    This week we'll talk about Venus and how, after the moon, it is the brightest thing in the night sky.