The Jodcast - astronomy podcast

  1. January 20062006/01/14
    In this month's show we go on a sound seeing tour of the Lovell Telescope during the winter solstice. On the way we discover why two pulsars orbiting each other is a good thing and what we can see in the night sky this month. Also the latest news on the Stardust mission.
  2. February 20062006/02/06
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  3. March 20062006/03/01
    In this month's show we have three interviews where we talk to Helen Mason about the SOHO spacecraft, Nick Rattenbury about a newly discovered exoplanet and Mario di Maggio about the Thinktank planetarium. We pose all your difficult questions to Tim O'Brien and find out what you can see in the night sky during March*. We also get a round up of all the latest news in the Universe!
  4. April 20062006/04/01
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  5. May 20062006/05/05
    In this month's show we talk to Ralph Spencer and Matt Strong about eVLBI, find out about the Southern Skywatch website and get a review of a Celestron NexStar 130SLT telescope (sub GBP300/$550) by Ian Morison. We try to get answers to questions you've sent in, find out what you can see in the night sky during May* and get a round-up of all the latest news.
  6. June 20062006/06/01
    In this month's show we talk to Brother Guy Consolmagno (the Vatican Astronomer) and we find out about searches for planets around other stars using telescopes built with parts from eBay. We also try to get answers to questions you've sent in, find out what you can see in the night sky during June and get a round-up of all the latest news.
  7. July 20062006/07/04
    We get our very own Ian Morison to tell us about the history of SETI and how it will develop in the future plus we talk to the Chairman of Macclesfield Astronomical Society about his interest in astronomy. Tim and Ian answer questions that you've sent in and Ian tells us what we can see in the night sky during July.
  8. August 20062006/08/08
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  9. September 20062006/09/01
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  10. October 20062006/10/03
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  11. November 20062006/11/01
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  12. December 20062006/12/04
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  13. January 20072007/01/03
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  14. February 20072007/02/01
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  15. March 20072007/03/01
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  16. April 20072007/04/01
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  17. NAM 20072007/04/22
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  18. May 20072007/05/01
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  19. May 2007 Extra2007/05/15
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  20. June 20072007/05/31
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  21. June 2007 Extra2007/06/15
    Nick, Dave and Stuart are all in the same room to record this mid-month Jodcast. We talk to Benoit Famaey about possible corrections to Newton's famous laws of gravitation, we kick-off a new 60-second astro society segment with the Macclesfield Astronomical Society and we get your questions answered by Ian Morison.
  22. July 20072007/07/01
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  23. July 2007 Extra2007/07/21
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  24. August 20072007/08/02
    Galaxies galore! This month we focus on stellar cities; we have an interview with Martin Bureau about the formation of galaxies and we chat to Chris Lintott about a website which will allow everyone to help sort a million of them. We also get the latest news from Megan and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the night sky this month.
  25. September 20072007/09/02
    We're back from our August break with a bumper show for you. We talk to Professor Gregor Morfill about the ability of dust to form amazing shapes in space. We also have the first of a three part interview with Jodrell Bank founder Sir Bernard Lovell. As usual we also get the latest news from Megan and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the night sky this month.
  26. September 2007 Extra2007/09/17
    This issue we present the second part of our 'Audience with Sir Bernard Lovell' bringing the story up to the start of October 1957. We also have Ask an Astronomer and get an update on the Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity.
  27. October 20072007/10/01
    It is the 50th anniversary of the launch of Sputnik and we're going back to 1957 with the last part of our Audience with Sir Bernard Lovell. In the rest of the show we talk to Professor Albert Zijlstra about planetary nebulae, get the latest news and find out what we can see in the night sky. We also introduce our new Facebook group and mention the Big Space Draw.
  28. October 2007 Extra2007/10/18
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  29. November 20072007/11/01
    Is there intelligent life out there? In this issue we find out about the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence and ask listeners to complete our second survey. We find out if space has the ingredients necessary to make a beer and get the low down on ESO's Catch a Star competition. We also get the latest news from Megan and find out what you can see in the night sky during November from Ian.
  30. November 2007 Extra2007/11/15
    This issue we talk to Professor Don Burnett about NASA's Genesis Mission to capture particles from the solar wind and bring them back to Earth for study. We also talk about a new image from the Japanese Space Agency's Kaguya spacecraft and then get your questions answered by Tim O'Brien.
  31. December 20072007/12/03
    This is our Cassini-Huygens special all about the NASA/ESA mission to the planet Saturn. We find out all about Cassini from Carl Murray and find out how radio astronomers helped recover some data from the Huygens lander. We also get the latest news from Megan and find out what you can see in the night sky from Ian.
  32. December 2007 Extra2007/12/17
    In the last Jodcast of 2007 Ken Kellermann and Dave Jauncey tell us about the discovery of quasars, particularly the lunar occultations of 3C 273 in the early 1960s. Jodcast newcomer Roy Smits gives us a summary of the Jodrell Bank Illuminate Art event and we ask your astronomical questions to Dr Edward Boyce.
  33. January 20082008/01/01
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  34. January 2008 Extra2008/01/17
    This issue we talk to Dr Alan Chapman about Victorian astronomer and popular lecturer Richard Proctor. We get your astronomical questions answered by Dr Edward Boyce and we find out if it is possible to escape from asteroid Ianmorison.
  35. February 20082008/02/03
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  36. February 2008 Extra2008/02/16
    On February 8th and 9th we were at Astrofest in London. We bring you news from the Campaign for Dark Skies, we find out about the Space Telescope Science Institute and Google Sky, and we find out about computer simulations of galaxies. We also ask your questions to Dr Edward Boyce and Nick brings us news of an exciting planetary system that resembles our own.
  37. March 20082008/03/03
    In this show we take a look the photosphere and corona of our local star - the Sun. We find out about the tremendously tangled web of plasma and magnetic fields that solar physicists are attempting to understand. We also get the latest news from Megan and find out what you can see in the night sky from Ian.
  38. March 2008 Extra2008/03/17
    This issue we talk to Dr Maria-Rosa Cioni from the University of Hertfordshire about the concept of metallicity and how we can use it to learn about galaxy evolution. We also learn about the current funding crisis facing astronomy in the UK from Dr Tim O'Brien, how it may affect Jodrell Bank Observatory, and what you can do to help.
  39. April 20082008/04/01
    It's the April show. This time we talk to Richard Davis and Bob Watson about an instrument that has observed the Cosmic Microwave Background. We find out about Megan's new job, talk about the UK National Astronomy Meeting in Belfast and read some of your feedback. As always we have the latest news and tell you what you can see in the night sky during April.
  40. NAM 20082008/04/15
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  41. May 20082008/05/01
    In this show we find out about a mysterious blue blob found in the Galaxy Zoo and we find out what the Genesis mission can tell us about oxygen in the solar wind. We also get the latest news from Megan and find out what you can see in the night sky from Ian.
  42. May 2008 Extra2008/05/20
    This issue we talk to Dr Anthony Challinor from the University of Cambridge about the Cosmic Microwave Background. We also get your astronomical questions answered by Dr Tim O'Brien.
  43. June 20082008/06/03
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  44. June 2008 Extra2008/06/17
    In the show this time we find out how astronomers and particle physicists are detecting cosmic rays hitting our atmosphere with the Pierre Auger Observatory in Argentina [13:43 - 40:41]. Nick also gives us an update on some recent extrasolar planet discoveries which have found a planet only 3.3 times the mass of the Earth orbiting a star thought to be a brown dwarf [2:13 - 8:40].
  45. July 20082008/07/01
    With 95% of the content of the universe being dark, we ask Jochen Weller about dark energy and models that describe the expansion of the universe [16:28 - 31:17]. As usual we also get the latest news from Megan [02:09 - 10:28] and find out what you can see in the night sky from Ian [33:24 - 43:36].
  46. August 20082008/08/02
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  47. August 2008 Extra2008/08/18
    In space nobody can hear you scream but that doesn't mean that it is totally quiet. In this show, Tim O'Brien helps our ears to explore the sounds of the cosmos [08:12-46:53] and Elaine Barrett tells us about her very special tour of NASA's Space Centre in Houston [48:03-1:10:13].
  48. September 20082008/09/02
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  49. September 2008 Extra2008/09/18
    In this show Tim returns to answer your questions about astronomy [09:04-37:16] and we talk to Andreas Faltenbacher about dark matter halos in the Millennium Simulation [37:38-76:56].
  50. October 20082008/10/03
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  51. October 2008 Extra2008/10/17
    We find out about the Jodrell Bank Meteor Detector from Eddie Blackhurst [02:25-11:47]. We talk to Roberta Paladini about her studies of astronomical objects - such as our own galaxy - that obscure observations of the cosmic microwave background radiation [31:37-01:01:24]. Tim answers listener questions about astronomy [11:59-29:55].
  52. November 20082008/11/03
    Catherine Heymans tells us [09:19 - 25:03] about observations of dark matter in the supercluster Abell 901/902. As usual we get the latest news from Megan [00:57 - 07:43] and find out what you can see in the northern night sky from Ian [25:17 - 36:17].
  53. November 2008 Extra2008/11/16
    We bring you breaking news of two separate discoveries of extra solar planets. In our main interview [05:14 - 21:47] we talk to Dr George Hobbs (Australia Telescope National Facility) about the ongoing attempts to detect gravitational waves using observations of pulsars spread over the sky. In Ask an Astronomer [24:03 - 37:31] Tim answers your questions.
  54. December 20082008/12/02
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  55. December 2008 Extra2008/12/19
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  56. January 20092009/01/01
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  57. January 2009 Extra2009/01/19
    In this episode Colin Stuart visits the Herschel Museum in Bath to find out about the astronomical work of William and Caroline Herschel [01:51 - 28:57], we bring you the first Ask an Astronomer of 2009 [29:05 - 47:34] and we round-up the feedback we've received since the last show.
  58. February 20092009/02/02
    In this episode we find out about observations of regions of massive star formation [10:15 - 20:02] from Dr Steve Longmore and we hear about a chance to vote on what you would like the Hubble Space Telescope to observe [20:33 - 22:40]. As always, Megan brings us the latest news [02:35 - 10:07] and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the February night sky [22:52 - 37:27].
  59. February 2009 Extra2009/02/21
    Nick and Stuart talk about the latest Jodcast video about Newton's Principia, Nick talks to Professor Albert Zijlstra about primitive dust [02:34-13:19], Tim was here to answer listener questions [13:49 - 23:05] and we round-up the feedback we've received since the last show.
  60. March 20092009/03/05
    In this episode we find out about supermassive blackholes in the early universe [15:24 - 39:40] from Professor Marco Spaans and we encourage you to hold star parties and other events during the 100 Hours of Astronomy. As always, Megan brings us the latest news [01:40 - 14:02] and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the March night sky [39:50 - 54:23].
  61. March 2009 Extra2009/03/18
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  62. April 20092009/04/01
    It's Nick's last episode of the Jodcast and Dave makes a return after his Indian trip. In this episode we hear about finding planets with the upcoming LOFAR radio telescope from Dr Ian Stevens [09:55 - 21:29]. As always, Megan brings us the latest news [01:40 - 14:02] and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the April night sky [21:43 - 37:06].
  63. April 2009 Extra2009/04/17
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  64. May 20092009/05/02
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  65. May 2009 Extra2009/05/17
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  66. June 20092009/06/02
    This episode we bring the last of the interviews that were recorded at the JENAM. We have an interview with Mike Lockwood about the variability of the Sun [10:53-38:17] and talk to Jim Hinton about high energy astronomy [44:52-51:59]. As always, Megan brings us the latest news [01:37-10:31] and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the June night sky [52:11-69:32].
  67. June 2009 Extra2009/06/19
    Meteorites can tell us a surprising amount about our solar system and its environment. In this episode we talk to Ernst Zinner about his studies of pre-solar grains from meteorites [00:53-26:17]. As always we put your questions to Dr Tim O'Brien [27:37-41:56] and round-up the feedback we've received since the last show. We also chat about Jodcast Live!
  68. July 20092009/07/06
    It's summer and the Jodcasters are dispersed but Jen and Dave managed to meet up in Milan's central station to record this episode. This episode features an interview we recorded with Vik Dhillon in May about high speed astronomy [10:45-38:10]. As always, Megan brings us the latest news [01:37-10:23] and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the July night sky [25:18-38:34].
  69. July 2009 Extra2009/07/20
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  70. August 20092009/08/03
    This episode features an interview we recorded with Prof Miller Goss about pioneering Australian radio astronomer Ruby Payne Scott [13:17-38:21]. As always, Megan brings us the latest news [01:04-11:37] and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the August night sky [38:46-1:01:56].
  71. September 20092009/09/02
    We're back from our summer break with an interview about 'anomalous emission' [13:43-27:39]. As always, Megan brings us the latest news [02:10-10:45] and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the September night sky [28:07-45:18].
  72. September 2009 Extra2009/09/20
    In this show Megan talks to Robert Hollow (ATNF) about Pulse@Parkes [01:04-17:18], we put your astronomical questions to Dr Roy Smits [25:40-40:12], get a summary of recent spacecraft news [17:18-25:40], hear about the Station Fire at Mt Wilson and round-up the feedback we've received since the last show.
  73. October 20092009/10/02
    In this show we have an interview with Robert Laing about interferometers and ALMA [14:16-29:49], and we talk to Willem Baan about interference in radio astronomy [29:57-40:33]. As always, Megan brings us the latest news [02:42-13:56] and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the October night sky [43:48-57:23].
  74. October 2009 Extra2009/10/20
    In this show we find out about Autumn Moonwatch from Steve Owens [01:59-07:31] and we hear all about the rings and moons of Saturn from Prof. Carl Murray [10:05-39:44]. We put your astronomical questions to Dr Tim O'Brien [42:50-62:30], get a summary of recent news and events [39:44-42:50] and round-up the feedback we've received since the last show.
  75. November 20092009/11/03
    In this show we have an interview with John Sarkissian about the history of the Parkes Radio Telescope in Australia [12:50-45:54]. As always, Megan brings us the latest news [01:50-10:35] and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the November night sky [43:53-57:24]. Our cover art shows Fox Mason at the control desk of the Parkes Telescope in 1970.
  76. November 2009 Extra2009/11/17
    In this show we find out about the ongoing upgrades to the Very Large Array in New Mexico from Dr Rick Perley [00:51-31:20]. We put your astronomical questions to Dr Tim O'Brien [36:22-52:37], get a summary of recent news and events [31:21-36:22] and round-up the feedback we've received since the last show.
  77. December 20092009/12/01
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  78. December 2009 Extra2009/12/22
    In this show we talk to Sir Francis Graham-Smith about his life, being Astronomer Royal and his work on pulsars [01:00-23:44]. We put your astronomical questions to the Jodcast panel [24:19-46:03], and round-up the feedback we've received during the Live shows.
  79. January 20102010/01/02
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  80. January 2010 Extra2010/01/23
    We talk to Stewart Eyres about Sakauri's Object [01:07-18:08], we put your astronomical questions to Tim [22:22-46:18], and round-up your feedback. Apologies for the audio quality this time; one of our microphones has been playing up.
  81. February 20102010/02/01
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  82. February 2010 Extra2010/02/19
    In this show we find out about space weather from Jim Wild [00:43-09:01] and talk to Marek Kukula about all things Solar [09:01-14:19], Tim answers your astronomical questions [17:21-37:31], and we round-up your feedback.
  83. March 20102010/03/04
    In the show this time we learn about supernovae and dust from Professor Mike Barlow [10:40-27:16]. As always, Megan brings us the latest news [01:32-10:29] and Ian Morison tells us what we can see in the March night sky [32:56-46:47].
  84. March 2010 Extra2010/03/23
    We talk to Robert Dunn about supermassive black holes and X-ray binary systems [00:45-22:28], we put your astronomical questions to Tim [24:04-41:58], and round-up your feedback.
  85. Spring 19902010/04/01
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  86. April 2010 Extra2010/04/21
    We bring you back up-to-date from 1990 with updates about the Hubble Space Telescope [05:32-13:12], the MERLIN interferometer [15:05-18:28], and cosmology since COBE [19:12-28:04]. We also update the news, our knowledge of exoplanets, and round-up your feedback.
  87. May 20102010/05/04
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  88. May 2010 Extra2010/05/17
    In this episode we have an audio tour of an exhibition of portraits of astronomers [02:08-31:10], we hear about some of the latest results from the Herschel space observatory [31:43-36:10], and Tim answers your questions [40:21-63:37].
  89. June 20102010/06/01
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  90. July 20102010/07/05
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  92. August 20102010/08/06
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  93. August 2010 Extra2010/08/18
    There's No Place On Earth To Hide. In this show, Dr Fraser Duncan tells us all about SNOLAB in Canada, Chris Wareing answers your astronomical questions and we round up your feedback.
  94. September 20102010/09/02
    Kinky. In this show we hear about theoretical cosmology and kinky vortons from Jonathan Pearson [12:00 - 28:128]. As always, Megan brings us the latest astronomical news [02:56 - 11:32] and we hear what can be seen in the September night sky in the northern hemisphere from Ian Morison [37:03 - 47:12] and in the southern hemisphere from John Field at the Carter Observatory [47:33 - 52:58].
  95. September 2010 Extra2010/09/15
    Homecoming. In the show this time, we have an interview with Dr Dan Evans about black holes and jets [04:21 - 22:55] and put your astronomical questions to Dr Tim O'Brien [26:01 - 55:49]. As always we round up your feedback and bring you a selection of odds and ends from the astronomy world.
  96. October 20102010/10/02
    Blobby. In the show this time, Dr Anthony Rushton tells us about the EVN and microquasars [12:12 - 33:19] and Prof Anne Zabludoff talks about blobs [33:52 - 48:27]. As always, Megan brings us the latest astronomical news [02:12 - 09:06] and we hear what can be seen in the October night sky from Ian Morison and John Field [49:00 - 67:10].
  97. October 2010 Extra2010/10/21
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  98. November 20102010/11/06
    Good Vibrations. In this show we talk to Professor Yvonne Elsworth about solar and stellar vibrations [12:06 - 27:53]. As always, Megan brings us the latest astronomical news [02:40 - 11:58] and we hear what can be seen in the November night sky from Ian Morison and John Field [29:03 - 50:05].
  99. December 20102010/12/02
    Century. In this special 100th episode show, we talk to two Jodcasters, Dr. Megan Argo [13:29 - 31:06] and Dr. Stuart Lowe [31:06 - 40:52] about their day jobs. As always, Megan brings us the latest astronomical news [04:18 - 13:12] and we hear what can be seen in the December night sky from Ian Morison and John Field [48:28 - 72:29].
  100. January 20112011/01/02
    Five. In this show we talk to our first ever interviewee - Professor Michael Kramer - to find out what has happened in pulsar research over the past five years [09:13 - 28:55]. As always, Megan brings us the latest astronomical news [02:08 - 08:45] and we hear what can be seen in the northern hemisphere night sky during January [43:42 - 63:53.5].
  101. January 2011 Extra2011/01/15
    Stargazing. In this show we talk to the presenters of BBC Stargazing Live: Dara O Briain [03:20 - 18:29], Mark Thompson [19:28 - 34:45] and Professor Brian Cox [35:00 - 50:41]. As always, Dr Tim O'Brien answers your astronomical questions [56:14 - 73:01] and we report on some odds and ends from the world of astronomy
  102. February 20112011/02/03
    Bucky. In the show this time we find out about cosmology and the cosmic microwave background from Dr Hiranya Peiris [10:55 - 29:05] and learn about buckyballs in space from Dr Jan Cami [29:14 - 37:43]. Megan rounds up the news from the 217th AAS meeting [01:43 - 10:46] and we hear what can be seen in the night sky in February [45:22 - 63:06].
  103. February 2011 Extra2011/02/18
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  104. March 20112011/03/02
    Llama. In the show this time we find out about quasars from Dr Alejo Martinez-Sansigre [08:42 - 18:30], and Dr Alastair Edge tells us about the gas between clusters of galaxies [18:30 - 30:29]. Megan rounds up the latest news [01:55 - 08:04] and we hear what we can see in the March night sky from Ian Morison and John Field [37:34 - 56:33].
  105. March 2011 Extra2011/03/18
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  107. May 20112011/05/01
    Conferring. In the show this time we have interviews from two conferences - .astronomy [08:28 - 30:26] and the National Astronomy Meeting [30:29 - 43:19]. Megan rounds up the latest news [02:17 - 08:12] and we hear what we can see in the May night sky from Ian Morison and John Field [45:28 - 63:35].
  108. May 2011 Extra2011/05/17
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  109. June 20112011/06/02
    Spirit. In the show this time we have interviews about dark matter and evolved stars from the National Astronomy Meeting [09:08 - 45:36]. Megan rounds up the latest news [02:02 - 09:00] and we hear what we can see in the June night sky from Ian Morison and John Field [50:58 - 75:30].
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  222. May 20162016/05/07
  223. May 2016 Extra2016/05/19
  224. June 20162016/06/10
  225. June 2016 Extra2016/06/21
  226. NAM 2015 Retrospective2016/05/30
  227. July 20162016/07/09
  228. July 2016 Extra2016/07/15
  229. August 20162016/08/01
  230. September 20162016/09/05
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  232. October 20162016/10/13
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  236. December 20162016/12/02
  237. December 2016 Extra2016/12/24
  238. January 2017 Extra2017/01/23
  239. February 20172017/02/11
  240. March 20172017/03/01
  241. March 2017 Extra2017/03/22
  242. April 20172017/04/01
  243. April 2017 Extra2017/04/25
  244. May 20172017/05/14
  245. May 2017 Extra2017/05/22
  246. June 20172017/06/10
  247. July 20172017/07/05
  248. August 20172017/08/11
  249. Bluedot 20172017/08/23
  250. September 20172017/09/15
  251. September 2017 Extra2017/09/22
  252. October 20172017/10/04
  253. October 2017 Extra2017/10/19
  254. November 20172017/11/07
  255. November 2017 Extra2017/11/22
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  257. December 2017 Extra2017/12/20
  258. January 20182018/01/08
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  261. March 20182018/03/01
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  265. EWASS/NAM 20182018/05/16
  266. June 20182018/06/08
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  274. November 2018 Extra2018/11/26
  275. December 20182018/12/07
  276. December 2018 Extra2019/01/11
  277. December 2018 Pantomime2019/01/11
  278. January 20192019/01/16
  279. February 20192019/02/11
  280. February 2019 Extra2019/02/27
  281. March 20192019/03/08
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  294. January 20202020/01/27
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  306. January 20242024/01/01
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