The music is "Eternity" 
by John Lyell.

Travelers In The Night has
aired on 29 radio stations,
is in 4th place on the
has more than 152,500 downloads,
100,000 plays, and 14,300 followers on the internet.

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<<< Please see the sidebar 
        [upper left on cell] for the 
       transcript and links to
       listen and obtain   
        More Information 
       for each piece.

Travelers In The Night is your unique source of insider information from the Asteroid Hunting and Space Communities. It features an engaging and informative series of two minute audio programs about asteroids, comets, spacecraft and other objects in space. The pieces are "evergreen" in that they are current but not dated.

Teachers, Students, and Kids of all ages: The script for each program piece can be found on the sidebar.  At the end of of each one you can click for more information.

The Travelers In The Night Pieces are written and produced by an observing member of the Catalina Sky Survey Team at the University of Arizona. 

The Catalina Sky Survey has discovered nearly half of the Earth approaching objects known to exist.

Radio Stations, Travelers In The Night is available free of charge on CDs 
   or via Google Drive by emailing nmcanopus at gmail.com
**350**  are published on 
Pieces are available to radio stations on Google Drive

>  If you like this series, please contact your local Public Radio Station or Community Radio Station and request that Travelers In The Night be considered for inclusion in their schedule.  

> Contact your local PBS Station to be an Underwriter of Travelers In The Night and obtain wide spread publicity for your business. 

> Sponsorships are available. Contact nmcanopus at gmail.com 

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