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The Sky at Night

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-09-11 14:00:00
Events on Jupiter: In July 2009 a large object crashed into Jupiter and in May 2010 its southern equatorial belt disappeared. Patrick Moore and guests discuss the latest events.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-09-11 13:00:00
Events on Jupiter: In July 2009 a large object crashed into Jupiter and in May 2010 its southern equatorial belt disappeared. Patrick Moore and guests discuss the latest events.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-09-07 19:30:00
Events on Jupiter: In July 2009 a large object crashed into Jupiter and in May 2010 its southern equatorial belt disappeared. Patrick Moore and guests discuss the latest events.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-09-07 18:30:00
Events on Jupiter: In July 2009 a large object crashed into Jupiter and in May 2010 its southern equatorial belt disappeared. Patrick Moore and guests discuss the latest events.

> The Sky at Night on BBC One at 2010-09-05 23:30:00
Events on Jupiter: In July 2009 a large object crashed into Jupiter and in May 2010 its southern equatorial belt disappeared. Patrick Moore and guests discuss the latest events.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-08-07 14:15:00
Monster Star: Astronomers discovered the brightest and most massive star to date, and Sir Patrick Moore and Dr Chris Lintott are joined by one of the team who discovered the star.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-08-07 13:15:00
Monster Star: Astronomers discovered the brightest and most massive star to date, and Sir Patrick Moore and Dr Chris Lintott are joined by one of the team who discovered the star.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-08-05 02:50:00
Monster Star: Sir Patrick Moore and Chris Lintott are joined by Dr Richard Parker, one of the team of UK astronomers who have discovered the brightest and most massive star so far.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-08-05 01:50:00
Monster Star: Sir Patrick Moore and Chris Lintott are joined by Dr Richard Parker, one of the team of UK astronomers who have discovered the brightest and most massive star so far.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-08-04 18:30:00
Monster Star: Sir Patrick Moore and Chris Lintott are joined by Dr Richard Parker, one of the team of UK astronomers who have discovered the brightest and most massive star so far.

> The Sky at Night on BBC One at 2010-08-01 23:10:00
Monster Star: Astronomers discovered the brightest and most massive star to date, and Sir Patrick Moore and Dr Chris Lintott are joined by one of the team who discovered the star.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-07-10 12:40:00
The Universe from Atlantis: Sir Patrick Moore and Dr Chris Lintott meet the crew of Atlantis to talk about the future of spaceflight and the legacy of the Space Shuttle.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-07-10 11:40:00
The Universe from Atlantis: Sir Patrick Moore and Dr Chris Lintott meet the crew of Atlantis to talk about the future of spaceflight and the legacy of the Space Shuttle.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-07-06 19:30:00
The Universe from Atlantis: Sir Patrick Moore and Dr Chris Lintott meet the crew of Atlantis to talk about the future of spaceflight and the legacy of the Space Shuttle.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-07-06 18:30:00
The Universe from Atlantis: Sir Patrick Moore and Dr Chris Lintott meet the crew of Atlantis to talk about the future of spaceflight and the legacy of the Space Shuttle.

> The Sky at Night on BBC One at 2010-07-04 23:30:00
The Universe from Atlantis: Sir Patrick Moore and Dr Chris Lintott meet the crew of Atlantis to talk about the future of spaceflight and the legacy of the Space Shuttle.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-06-12 14:10:00
Star Birth: Patrick Moore is joined by Derek Ward-Thompson and Chris North to examine the latest stunning images of star-forming areas of our galaxy from the Herschel telescope.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-06-12 13:10:00
Star Birth: Patrick Moore is joined by Derek Ward-Thompson and Chris North to examine the latest stunning images of star-forming areas of our galaxy from the Herschel telescope.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-06-09 02:45:00
Star Birth: Patrick Moore is joined by Derek Ward-Thompson and Chris North to examine the latest stunning images of star-forming areas of our galaxy from the Herschel telescope.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-06-09 01:45:00
Star Birth: Patrick Moore is joined by Derek Ward-Thompson and Chris North to examine the latest stunning images of star-forming areas of our galaxy from the Herschel telescope.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-06-08 18:30:00
Star Birth: Patrick Moore is joined by Derek Ward-Thompson and Chris North to examine the latest stunning images of star-forming areas of our galaxy from the Herschel telescope.

> The Sky at Night on BBC One at 2010-06-06 23:55:00
Star Birth: Patrick Moore is joined by Derek Ward-Thompson and Chris North to examine the latest stunning images of star-forming areas of our galaxy from the Herschel telescope.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-05-08 14:45:00
The Ring: Patrick Moore is joined by Professor Michele Dougherty and Professor Carl Murray to discuss Saturn and its rings system. Pete Lawrence shows how to observe it in May.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-05-08 13:45:00
The Ring: Patrick Moore is joined by Professor Michele Dougherty and Professor Carl Murray to discuss Saturn and its rings system. Pete Lawrence shows how to observe it in May.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-05-04 01:45:00
The Ring: Patrick Moore is joined by Professor Michele Dougherty and Professor Carl Murray to discuss Saturn and its rings system. Pete Lawrence shows how to observe it in May.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-05-04 00:45:00
The Ring: Patrick Moore is joined by Professor Michele Dougherty and Professor Carl Murray to discuss Saturn and its rings system. Pete Lawrence shows how to observe it in May.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-05-03 18:00:00
The Ring: Patrick Moore is joined by Professor Michele Dougherty and Professor Carl Murray to discuss Saturn and its rings system. Pete Lawrence shows how to observe it in May.

> The Sky at Night on BBC One at 2010-05-02 23:25:00
The Ring: Patrick Moore is joined by Professor Michele Dougherty and Professor Carl Murray to discuss Saturn and its rings system. Pete Lawrence shows how to observe it in May.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-04-10 14:05:00
The Splendour of the Sun: Sir Patrick Moore is joined by the Astronomer Royal for Scotland, Professor John Brown and Dr Chris Davis as they take a tour of the sun.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-04-10 13:05:00
The Splendour of the Sun: Sir Patrick Moore is joined by the Astronomer Royal for Scotland, Professor John Brown and Dr Chris Davis as they take a tour of the sun.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-04-08 02:45:00
The Sun in Splendour: Patrick Moore is joined by Professor John Brown and Dr Chris Davis for a tour of the Sun, Earth's primary source of energy, without which life would not exist.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-04-08 01:45:00
The Sun in Splendour: Patrick Moore is joined by Professor John Brown and Dr Chris Davis for a tour of the Sun, Earth's primary source of energy, without which life would not exist.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-04-07 19:30:00
The Sun in Splendour: Patrick Moore is joined by Professor John Brown and Dr Chris Davis for a tour of the Sun, Earth's primary source of energy, without which life would not exist.

> The Sky at Night on BBC One at 2010-04-04 23:50:00
The Splendour of the Sun: Sir Patrick Moore is joined by the Astronomer Royal for Scotland, Professor John Brown and Dr Chris Davis as they take a tour of the sun.

> The Sky at Night on BBC One at 2010-04-04 22:50:00
The Splendour of the Sun: Sir Patrick Moore is joined by the Astronomer Royal for Scotland, Professor John Brown and Dr Chris Davis as they take a tour of the sun.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-03-13 14:15:00
Life: Over 400 extra-solar planets have been discovered. Is anything living on them and if so, is it intelligent? Sir Patrick Moore debates the question of life in the universe.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-03-10 03:25:00
Life: We have discovered over 400 extra-solar planets. But is there anything living on them and if so, is it intelligent? Patrick Moore debates the question of life in the universe.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-03-09 20:00:00
Life: We have discovered over 400 extra-solar planets. But is there anything living on them and if so, is it intelligent? Patrick Moore debates the question of life in the universe.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-02-10 03:00:00
The Spirit of Mars: Featuring an interview with Prof Steve Squyres, investigator of the Mars Exploration Rover Mission, about the attempts to rescue the ensnared rover, Spirit.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-02-09 23:30:00
The Spirit of Mars: Featuring an interview with Prof Steve Squyres, investigator of the Mars Exploration Rover Mission, about the attempts to rescue the ensnared rover, Spirit.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-02-09 20:00:00
The Spirit of Mars: Featuring an interview with Prof Steve Squyres, investigator of the Mars Exploration Rover Mission, about the attempts to rescue the ensnared rover, Spirit.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2010-01-09 13:55:00
Twinkle Twinkle: January provides the perfect opportunity to observe stars, planets and galaxies. Sir Patrick Moore takes us on a tour of the winter sky.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-01-06 02:50:00
Twinkle Twinkle: Patrick Moore takes a tour of the winter sky, looking at twinkling 'variable stars' with Dr John Mason and at planets and galaxies with Pete Lawrence and Paul Abel.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2010-01-05 19:30:00
Twinkle Twinkle: Patrick Moore takes a tour of the winter sky, looking at twinkling 'variable stars' with Dr John Mason and at planets and galaxies with Pete Lawrence and Paul Abel.

> The Sky at Night on BBC One at 2010-01-04 00:40:00
Twinkle Twinkle: January provides the perfect opportunity to observe stars, planets and galaxies. Sir Patrick Moore takes us on a tour of the winter sky.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2009-12-12 14:00:00
The Winter Sky: Longer winter nights are ideal for enjoying the wonders of the night sky. Sir Patrick Moore and Dr Chris Lintott search for the best the winter skies have to offer.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2009-12-11 01:05:00
The Winter Sky: Sir Patrick Moore is joined by Dr Chris Lintott and Pete Lawrence, plus a host of stargazers searching for the best the winter night skies have to offer.

> The Sky at Night on BBC One at 2009-12-07 00:35:00
The Winter Sky: Longer winter nights are ideal for enjoying the wonders of the night sky. Sir Patrick Moore and Dr Chris Lintott search for the best the winter skies have to offer.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Four at 2009-11-07 19:00:00
Lunar Impact: Observers now know the Moon holds water. Witnessing the lunar impact of NASA's new probe are Chris Lintott, at the Palomar observatory, and Patrick Moore.

> The Sky at Night on BBC Two at 2009-11-07 15:40:00
Lunar Impact: Observers now know the Moon holds water. Witnessing the lunar impact of NASA's new probe are Chris Lintott, at the Palomar observatory, and Patrick Moore, at home.

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