Experience Astronomy with Luke Gilkerson – WHS 233

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Many kids and parents are fascinated by the night sky but don’t know where to start with nightly observations. With Experience Astronomy homeschool parents and students can learn to navigate the heavens and figure out if that bright light is a planet, star, or just an airplane.

About Luke Gilkerson

Luke Gilkerson is the creator of Experience Astronomy, a series of online courses for homeschool students of all ages. For the last several years he has taught astronomy at his local homeschool co-op and has now also enjoys teaching over 1,000 students all over the world about the sky! Learn more at experienceastronomy.com. Be sure to check out the guest post Luke wrote, 5 Fun Back-to-School Astronomy Activities

Links mentioned in the podcast

Experience Astronomy
Neave Planetarium

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