Beyond The Clouds: Examining Stars We Cannot See

Galaxy Cluster Abell 520, captured by the Hubble space telescope.
Credit NASA's Marshall Flight Space Center / Flickr

Jean Creighton, Lake Effect astronomy contributor and director of the Manfred Olson Planetarium at UW-Milwaukee, joins Bonnie North every month to discuss the many different topics the universe and space exploration has to offer.

During this visit, Creighton discuss eswhat we can see in space – or at least what we could see if it weren’t so cloudy all the time - and how they came to be.