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Killer Stargazing is a true crime podcast dedicated to telling dark stories and taking a deep dive into natal charts to see if the killer's fate was truly written in the stars. With hosts Mallary and Bethani, sit, listen, laugh, cringe and maybe get a little tipsy with us. Grab a drink and let's get into it!
 
Welcome to the Destination Stargazing podcast mixed by Dj Luttz. Featuring a regular mixed selection of some deep, melodic & progressive house vibes. If you're enjoying the podcast, please help support it by rating, reviewing & sharing. Also stay updated by hitting the subscribe button. Available on Apple, Google & Amazon podcasts. **Link to podcast homepage: https://djluttz1111.podomatic.com/ ** **Dj Luttz does not participate in social media. Enquiries: djluttz1111@gmail.com **If you want ...
 
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Welcome to the Autumn 2022 Skyguide. In this episode, we explore the highlights for autumn, from the equinox on 23 September up the solstice on 21 December. Find out where and when to see October's partial solar eclipse at https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/solar/2022-october-25 Find out more about December's occultation of Mars at https://in-the-…
 
The Dallas Stars marked the unofficial start of the new hockey season with the 2022 Traverse City NHL Prospect Tournament. What does the future hold for fans of the Victory Green Gang? Mark Zimmerman and Derek Neumeier were there, and lucky for us, they’re ready to share. They’ve examined the sure things, the sleepers, and the dark horses, and they…
 
Sometimes, being a Dallas Stars fan means rolling with the punches. So why not get a little sparring practice in before the season starts? Welcome to the Doomcast! Wes, Mark and Tyler leaned waaaay into the worst cases for our latest upload (with only one area ruled off-limits), and even reached as far as bankruptcy just to get the edgelord points.…
 
Are the Dallas Stars poised for greatness or on the precipice of disaster? Because the Victory Green Gang is Schrödinger’s Team, the correct answer is always “Both, and at the same time.” But this week, Wes, Mark and Tyler are focusing on happy thoughts and good things. Mostly. In this episode: On a scale of Shea Weber to Dustin Penner, how likely …
 
Welcome to STARGAZERS, a series of interviews with fascinating people whose lives overlap with the stars. The guest for this episode is Dr. Melanie Windridge, Plasma Physicist, Author and Aurora Chaser. Find out more about Melanie's work at https://melaniewindridge.co.uk Follow Melanie on Twitter at https://twitter.com/m_windridge Find Melanie on I…
 
Welcome to the August 2022 Skyguide. In this episode, we explore the highlights for August, as well as September up until the equinox. This is the last monthly Skyguide episode. Future Skyguide uploads will cover full astronomical seasons. Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss. You can find Tom's children's book, The S…
 
How do you rate the Dallas Stars’ offseason so far? Has the front office made the team better, or is there still too much hanging fire to provide the spark they need? Welcome to Stargazing, where the only offer-sheet discussion is the “don’t make me laugh” kind. In this edition, Wes and Mark kick around questions like these: What can we hope for fr…
 
New coach, new lineup, new prospects...the Dallas Stars are, in many ways, a team at the crossroads. What kind of deals will they have to make to stay relevant and still keep their fanbase happy? Mike Piellucci and David Castillo, who are helping D Magazine put down stakes as a Dallas sportswriting destination, joined Wes and Mark earlier this week…
 
Welcome to the July 2022 Skyguide. In this episode, we explore the highlights for July, including the closest Full Moon of the year and the return of enhanced meteor activity. Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss. You can find Tom's children's book, The Squirrel that Watched the Stars at https://books.stargazing.londo…
 
What have the last few seasons of Dallas Stars hockey taught us? That speedy puck movers are the wave of the future (provided your team hasn’t decided to play throwback puck)? That right-handed defenders must be protected at all costs (until they aren’t)? That there’s never really a logjam in goal?... Derek Neumeier, head Western scout with FC Hock…
 
Welcome to STARGAZERS, a series of interviews with fascinating people whose lives overlap with the stars. The guest for this episode is Dr. Ryan French, Solar Physicist. Find out more about Ryan's work at https://www.ryanjfrench.com Follow Ryan on Twitter at https://twitter.com/RyanJFrench Find Ryan on TikTok at https://www.tiktok.com/@ryanjfrench …
 
It’s mid-June already, and it may be safe to say that the Dallas Stars’ search for a new head coach is going to be longer and more comprehensive than rumor would lead us to believe. But what can we expect from the successful candidate...and how might the Stars’ definition of “successful candidate” differ from what you expect? Can the Stars find a b…
 
Welcome to the June 2022 Skyguide. In this episode, we explore the highlights for June, including the second in our season of 'supermoons', a series of beautiful conjunctions and the centre of the Milky Way. Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss. You can find Tom's children's book, The Squirrel that Watched the Stars a…
 
The Dallas Stars went home way too early from the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs, and now they’re cleaning house. With most of the coaching staff now clearing out their lockers, what’s next for the Victory Green Gang? Wes, Taylor and Mark read the litmus test of the Rick Bowness era, as well as the tea leaves for the next bench crew. In this episode: Ho…
 
The Dallas Stars’ postseason to date isn’t made up of especially pretty strokes, but it’s pretty much impossible not to like the whole picture so far. Wes, Taylor and Rob sat down to discuss what the Victory Green Gang has done right during the past two victories over the Calgary Flames. In this episode: Are the Stars actually, really built for the…
 
Welcome to the May 2022 Skyguide! In this episode, we'll see what's happening in the night sky throughout the month of May. The year's first near-perigee Full Moon (or 'supermoon') slips into the shadow of the Earth for a spectacular total lunar eclipse. You can find out how the eclipse will appear where you are at https://www.timeanddate.com/eclip…
 
“Dallas Stars hockey at its best” means different things at different times. Sometimes it means a cry of pain after another missed opportunity. The Victory Green Gang should have scored at least two victories during their last road trip, and yet they came home with none. What are we supposed to think? Wes and Mark contemplate whether our team will …
 
Welcome to STARGAZERS, a series of interviews with fascinating people whose lives overlap with the stars. The guest for this episode is David Eicher, astronomy writer and editor-in-chief at Astronomy Magazine. Find out more about Astronomy Magazine at https://www.astronomy.com Follow David's work on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/davidjohneic…
 
Welcome to the April 2022 Skyguide! In this episode, we'll see what's happening in the night sky throughout the month of April. The Pink Moon competes with a rise in meteor activity, and then visits a stunning precession of planets in the morning sky. Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss. You can find Tom's children's…
 
The NHL season’s no-going-back moment is here. Will the Dallas Stars fail all their open quests if they proceed? Yes, we’re talking about the push for the playoffs, yet again. But this time, Robert Tiffin is back to join Wes Lawrence and Mark Zimmerman. If anyone can game this out, it’s them. Please note that this cast was recorded before the NHL t…
 
Welcome to the inaugural episode of STARGAZERS, a series of interviews with fascinating people whose lives overlap with the stars. The guest for this episode is Professor Lucie Green, solar physicist and science communicator. Find out more about Lucie’s research at https://www.ucl.ac.uk/mssl/people/prof-lucie-green Follow Lucie on Twitter at https:…
 
We’ve said it over and over again, but the Dallas Stars really are a team for whom anything – whether good or bad – seems possible. With that said, their recent run of play has even the stats gurus liking their chances for the 2022 Stanley Cup race. Wes and Mark have been watching the Stars’ progress as closely as anyone, and they spent another eve…
 
Welcome to the March 2022 Skyguide! In this episode, we'll see what's happening in the night sky throughout the month of March. The 20th brings the equinox and the start of a new season, whilst the planets gather in the mornings before the dawn. Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss. If you want a complete beginner's g…
 
Expecting the unexpected is a prerequisite of true Dallas Stars fandom. And the trait of consistent inconsistency runs in the hockey family. Back in 2021 preseason, the Texas Stars were shaping up to be a potential superpower in the AHL’s Central Division. Since then...well, life happened. Stephen Meserve, editor and mastermind of 100 Degree Hockey…
 
The Snow Moon continues through Taurus as Mars and Venus meet in the morning. Find out when to see the International Space Station where you are: https://spotthestation.nasa.gov Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!…
 
How long can the Dallas Stars try to be who they say they are before they give up and become what their best players are capable of being? It’s an open question, and one Wes and Mark decided to explore during this week of contrasts. We didn’t want this to be a miserycast. Fortunately, there was plenty to compare and contrast between Sunday’s big wi…
 
Believe it or not, the Dallas Stars...actually had a pretty good January. So does this mean we start planning the parade, or what, or...? Wes and Mark sifted through the facts and found some Victory Green shoots, as well as the usual omens. In this episode: Eight points in five games...are the Stars really and truly on the upswing? Has Alexander Ra…
 
The Dallas Stars won a game! In Buffalo! Why does that somehow still feel dull and uncomfortable? The thing with Dallas is, it’s never just one game. Wes, Taylor, Trent and Mark got together after the previous disaster at home to discuss the Stars’ organizational identity crisis. In this episode: What’s the alternative to just giving up and wallowi…
 
The Dallas Stars have a way of making you want to swear even after a victory. And when you think about the John Klingberg situation, it’s pretty easy to want to swear all day, every day. (What even...? What the hockey sticks...?) Wes, David, Tyler and Mark have a salty word or two about the team, and this time, they feel like sharing. In this episo…
 
2 Hour set of selected tracks that have featured on Destination Stargazing over 2021. Thanks to everyone that's downloaded, subscribed & shared. Also big thanks for the donations which helps keep the podcast going. Cheers! Tracklist: 1.Innella - It's Us (Original Mix) 2.Bicep - Apricots (Original Mix) 3.AVIRA, Diana Miro - The Worship (Extended Mix…
 
The Wolf Moon is on the way, but not before meeting Gemini the Twins. See the mysterious Moon rock resolved by the Yutu 2 rover: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/07/science/moon-cube-china-rover.html Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today…
 
It’s 2022, and the Dallas Stars are finally about to play another game! How much excitement can one fandom take? ...Right? We’re about to find out, because Wes and Mark welcome a brand-new panelist to a new year at the best Stars podcast. Trent joins us for...well, another evening of the same old stuff we’ve been discussing for months, but now ther…
 
Happy New Year! The Solar System is full of delights to help us celebrate as we look ahead to 2022's astronomy highlights. Watch the James Webb Space Telescope and its upper stage rocket booster sail through the stars after launch: https://twitter.com/tomkerss/status/1475112278898917376 Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at S…
 
The Solar System continues to delight us as the December Solstice and Christmas arrive! Find out more about how and where to see Comet Leonard in the Southern Hemisphere this week: https://theskylive.com/planetarium?obj=cometleonard Find out more about the James Webb Space Telescope and watch the launch live on 24 December: https://www.inverse.com/…
 
You ask how we know about Dallas Stars hockey? Well, we spent a week there one day. Wes, Taylor and Mark reflect on the month’s worth of news the Victory Green Gang made in the past 96 hours or so. In this must-listen edition: Are the Stars the most dramatic team in the NHL, or is it just that the drama tends to be concentrated in big clumps? Was i…
 
The 2021 Geminid Meteor Shower peak arrives, followed by the Full Cold Moon. Find out more about how and where to see Comet Leonard this week: https://theskylive.com/planetarium?obj=cometleonard Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!…
 
A series of beautiful lunar-planetary conjunctions grace our evening skies as Orion reaches its best. Find out more about how and where to see Comet Leonard this week: https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/advice/comet-c-2021-a1-leonard/ For more updates about this comet and other events in the night sky... Subscribe to the newsletter: https://courses…
 
The Dallas Stars have been winning, a lot. And as is our way, we’ve found both good and bad news in that. Wes and Mark take a moment to enjoy the Stars’ improved outlook, but they still find the same old issues persisting. Will the Victory Green Gang ever shake their habit of playing all their hockey in the first 40 minutes? Can they balance their …
 
The New Moon brings the last eclipse of 2021, but it's very exclusive! Find out more about the Solar Eclipse of 4 December: https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/solar/2021-december-4 But Northern Lights: The Definitive Guide to Auroras in the US from 1 December. Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/Northern-Lights-Definitive-Guide-Auroras/dp/000846555X…
 
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