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    The Sky At Night, with Sir Patrick Moore

    Autumn Equinox: October 2006

    "Patrick Moore presents a guide to the celestial sights to look for over the coming autumn months. Lucie Green visits the Autumn Equinox Star Party at Kelling Heath, Norfolk, and Chris Lintott talks to Professor Jim Gunn, one of the founders of modern day cosmology."

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/space/s...proginfo.shtml

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    "The Evil Twin: November 2006

    Venus was once thought to be the sultry home to a mysterious race of aliens. It is now known to have searing temperatures and a thick, acrid atmosphere. Sir Patrick Moore discusses the latest findings of the European mission Venus Express which is scrutinising Earth's evil twin."

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    ....does anyone have an evil twin?

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    The Sounds of Stars: December 2006
    Stars are like bells, ringing out into space. Sir Patrick Moore finds out how scientists are making sounds and music from the changes within stars. Chris Lintott steps outside and looks at variable stars, which make up the celestial orchestra.

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