Why are we fascinated by the night sky? With this single question Patrick Moore sets out on a journey of exploration which takes the listener to the edge of the universe and back. Was ever a man more engaged and associated with his subject matter than Patrick Moore? He has become synonymous with astronomy, and we have grown up over the last 50 years with his name and voice becoming comfortingly familiar. His TV programme The Sky at Night is the longest running TV show in the world.
"Difficult to understand"
Sir Patrick Moore expands the mind with talk of the expansive universe. What is a light year? What is a black hole? How big is Jupiter? What is the sun made out of? Join Professor Haffle on his fictitious journey through space, and enjoy learning about some of life's biggest cosmic quandaries in this entertaining and educational piece. Sir Patrick Alfred Caldwell-Moore (CBE, FRS, FRAS), was an amateur astronomer, writer, researcher, radio commentator and television presenter.