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December 2011 Extra: Habitable?

Habitable? In the show this time, Dr Matt Griffin tells us about the Herschel mission and we talk to Dr Eduard Kontar about the Sun and solar flares. As always, your questions are answered by Dr Iain McDonald and we round up some odds and ends from the world of astronomy.

The whole episode [Duration 54:20]:
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December 2011: Sparky

In this show, we talk to Dr Sonia Anton about quasars and the Gaia mission and we find out about a mysterious radio signal from an old Jodcaster, Dr Evan Keane. As always, Megan rounds up the latest news and we hear what we can see in the December night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 81:57]:
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November 2011: Mischievous

In the show this time, we talk to Prof. Rob Izzard about the mischievous J-stars. As always, Megan rounds up the latest news and we hear what we can see in the November night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 67:16]:

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October 2011 Extra: Sunny Side Up

In this show, we talk to Professor Albert Zijlstra about a tasty-looking nebula, Dr Stella Offner tells us about low-mass star formation and we hear from Kirsten Gottschalk about processing astronomical data using your computer's spare time. Dr Tim O'Brien answers your big questions and we discuss a few whimsical odds and ends.

The whole episode [Duration 72:07]:

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Radio Astronomy

Dr Tim O'Brien presents a video all about the science of radio astronomy and its window on the invisible Universe: the history, the role of Jodrell Bank and some of the incredible objects in the radio sky.

The whole episode [Duration 09:34]:
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September 2011 Extra: Cactus

In this show, we talk to Dr Andrew Strong about the high-energy Universe. Dr Tim O'Brien answers your questions and we report on some astronomical odds and ends.
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The whole episode [Duration 62:09]:
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August 2011 Extra: Zoom

In this show, we get an update on the ALMA telescope from Dr Robert Laing and we talk to Dr Graham Smith about gravitational lensing of galaxy clusters. Dr Tim O'Brien answers your questions and we report on some astronomical odds and ends Listen to August 2011 Extra.

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The whole episode [Duration 61:14]:
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Latest Jodcast - Exoplanets, Herschel & the invisible Milky Way and Ask an Astronomer

In this Extra show, Dr Pierre Maxted tells us about the progress of the SuperWASP exoplanet search and Professor Glenn White discusses how observations at far infra-red and submillimetre wavelength can literally shed new light on our understanding of the Milky Way. Dr Tim O'Brien returns to answer your astronomical questions, and we report on some odds and ends from the world of Astronomy.
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The whole episode [Duration 71:49]:
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University of Manchester's Jodrell Bank Observatory Podcasts

A podcast about astronomy including the latest news, what you can see in the night sky, interviews with astronomers and more. It is created by astronomers from The University of Manchester's Jodrell Bank for anyone interested in things out of this world.
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