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Welcome to the At The Eyepiece Show! This is an astronomy based podcast that is devoted to discussing astronomical equipment, visual and electronically assisted observing, stargazing tips, observing reports and equipment reviews. We don't focus on the science of astronomy, there are plenty of shows out there to do that. The focus of At The Eyepiece Show are the backyard stargazers that enjoy taking their telescopes out under the stars, and those individuals wishing to join our ranks. After all, what matters to stargazers is what’s At The Eyepiece.

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Professor Billy Hix is the Associate Professor of Education at Motlow State Community College and a Teacher Liaison for the Space Foundation. Billy frequently visits local schools to perform outreach and to encourage STEM education in general, with a focus on science and astronomy, and to assist teachers to engage their students in science. Yes, the man gets around! Billy has a passion for education and astronomy, and is an absolute pleasure to listen to as he shares his knowledge about the universe through the numerous talks and star parties he coordinates every year for the Space Foundation. Space Foundation Teacher Liaisons are a select group of educators who share a passion for space and were selected for the program for their integration of space themes into the classroom. This will be a wonderful discussion, and one to encourage backyard stargazers to get involved in STEM programs and astronomy outreach.
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NEW time and NEW day - Sunday's at 7pm CST It's that time of year again when we're visited by all kinds of ghosts, ghouls, princesses and tinker-bells vying for sweet treats at every door. Why not treat them to some "spooky" celestial... more

This particular topic kicked off after I read some posts on Astronomy.com. In those posts, some very knowledgeable and respected contributors expressed their dislike for sketching. Also expressed often by fellow stargazers was... more

Its that time of year again, the International Observe the Moon Night is tomorrow, October 8th. I'll be discussing this event, observing the moon in general, and some interesting objects to point out of new observers. Also tonight I'll be... more

Due to a last minute conflict with my job, I have to schedule up a repeat. The good news, what better repeat then a great interview with Karl Krasley, a fantastic amateur astronomer with lots of experience, and lots of equipment too. So... more

Weekly show that discusses astronomical equipment, observing reports, telescopes, accessories, interesting objects to view, observing tips, help with telescopes and whats hot on the astronomy forums for this week.

Weekly show that discusses astronomical equipment, observing reports, telescopes, accessories, interesting objects to view, observing tips, help with telescopes and whats hot on the astronomy forums for this week.

Weekly show that discusses astronomical equipment, observing reports, telescopes, accessories, interesting objects to view, observing tips, help with telescopes and whats hot on the astronomy forums for this week.

Due to a schedule conflict with work, tonights episode will be a rebroadcast of a fantastic interview with Charlie Warren, the editor of Amateur Astronomy Magazine. I should be back LIVE next week, so hope to hear from you then.... more

Weekly show that discusses astronomical equipment, observing reports, telescopes, accessories, interesting objects to view, observing tips, help with telescopes and whats hot on the astronomy forums for this week.

This weeks episode we have not one, but TWO featured guests. John Nanson and Greg Stone are both contributors to the fantastic blog, Star-Splitters (bestdoubles.wordpress.com). They have a passion for double-stars, and I think... more
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