Enjoy a collection of video clips that highlights some of Sir Patrick Moore's favourite astronomy subjects and includes a special video introduction by Moore.
The collection has special moments from over 50 years of The Sky at Night, selected by Moore, such as his 1970 interview with Neil Armstrong.
Sir Patrick Moore looks back on over 50 years of The Sky at Night.
Patrick Moore and his guest tackle a common Moon hoax claim.
Playing devil's advocate, Sir Patrick Moore asks space imaging expert Douglas Arnold about a common claim made by people who say the Moon landings were faked.
He faced great challenges building the first telescope at Jodrell Bank.
Sir Bernard Lovell explains to Patrick Moore the great difficulties he faced building the large radio telescope at Jodrell Bank. When it was finished in 1957, the telescope, now called the Lovell Telescope, was the largest steerable dish radio telescope in the world.
Patrick Moore discusses the Magellanic Clouds.
Sir Patrick Moore discusses the Magellanic Clouds, supernovae, and other sights.
Dr Allan Chapman explains the instrument's development.
Sir Patrick Moore's guest Dr Allan Chapman explains the telescope's development and importance.
Patrick Moore discusses the search for life with Sagan.
Sir Patrick Moore spoke to Dr Carl Sagan in 1974 about the search for other civilisations.