The Astronomy Show January 4th 2017
I will be looking at reports of Nacreous Clouds being reported over the Arctic Circle over the New Year weekend; this is quite rare for this part of the world and can lead to holes in the ozone layer.
There will be a tour of the winter constellations that can be seen. This plus what’s in the sky this week together with the latest news, the astronomy scrapbook and what is happening at the local astronomy clubs.
The A-Z of constellations is Carina a wonderful constellation that unfortunately cannot be seen from Britain. The bright star is Pollux in Gemini and the Messier marathon continues with M15.
The Astronomy Show 3.00 pm- 5.00 pm with Martin Lunn on Drystone Radio 103.5 FM, on line at www.drystoneradio.com or listen on the podcast.