The Virtual Star Party in 60 Seconds

Every Sunday night we connect up a bunch of telescopes into a live Google+ Hangout and showcase the night sky. In addition to a team of astronomers and their scopes, we usually have a few PhD astronomers on hand to explain the objects that we’re looking at. Each episode typically lasts about an hour and we’re able to see a few dozen objects. If you want to get the gist of what a Virtual Star Party looks like, check out this 60-second version put together by my co-host, Scott Lewis.

I’m not sure if Scott will have the energy to do these every week, but I love how this worked out.

We run the Virtual Star Party every Sunday night as a live Google+ Hangout. Want to find when it’s happening next? Just circle the Virtual Star Party page on Google+. Visit the Universe Today YouTube channel to see an archive of all our past events.

3 Replies to “The Virtual Star Party in 60 Seconds”

  1. I love the way the cat was driving one of the participants crazy. Watch the video again and focus attention on the guy in the center on the bottom. A perfect Caturday thing!!

  2. Now there is a happy bunch of scientists. Younger or older it makes no difference. You ‘must’ have “HUMOR” in the work place. I have repeatedly said that quite a few times.. Serious work w/no humor, makes serious mistakes. It gets too dull, too stagnant, & gets too old. Good for them! …PEACE!

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