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February 2013: Bubbles

In the show this time, we talk to Dr Ettore Carretti about magnetised outflows from the Milky Way, Stuart rounds up the latest news and we hear what we can see in the February night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 46:53]:
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high quality [42.9 MB]



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January 2013 Extra: Youngsters

In the show this time, Dr. Stuart Lumsden talks to us about his work on young stellar objects, Prof. Peter Wilkinson tells us about MUST, the Manchester University Student Telescope in this month's JodBite and your astronomical questions are answered by Dr. Iain McDonald in Ask an Astronomer.

The whole episode [Duration 46:10]:
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low quality [7.9 MB]
high quality [42.2 MB]



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January 2013: Seven!

Seven! In our seventh birthday show, we talk to Professor Joanna Haigh about the effect of the Sun on climate change, Stuart rounds up the latest news and we hear what we can see in the January night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 54:21]:
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low quality [9.3 MB]
high quality [49.7 MB]



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December 2012 Extra: Past, Present, Future.

In the show this time, Dr Dave Jones tells us about an unusual planetary nebula, Professor Phil Diamond talks about the new Square Kilometre Array headquarters at Jodrell Bank in this month's JodBite and Dr Iain McDonald answers your astronomical questions in Ask an Astronomer.

The whole episode [Duration 51:49]:
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low quality [8.9 MB]
high quality [47.4 MB]



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December 2012: Argo

In the show this time, Dr Phil Marshall talks to Libby about how and why he weighs galaxies, Ian Morison and John Field bring us the December night sky and Megan gives her last-ever round-up of the astronomy news.

The whole episode [Duration 72:00]:
standard [32.9 MB]
low quality [12.3 MB]
high quality [65.9 MB]



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November 2012 Extra: Monsters

In the show this time, Dr. Rene Breton talks to us about measuring the mass of binary neutron stars, Dr. Malcolm gray about his work with astrophysical masers in this month's JodBite and your astronomical questions are answered by Dr. Iain McDonald in Ask an Astronomer.

The whole episode [Duration 44:07]:
standard [20.2 MB]
low quality [7.5 MB]
high quality [40.4 MB]



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November 2012: Gigapixel

In the show this time, Dr Martin Stringer talks to Liz about the principles of supernova driven winds. Ian Morison and John Field tell us what not to miss in the November night sky and Megan gives us a round up of the latest astronomy news.

The whole episode [Duration 58:16]:
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IMC 2012: Meteor

In this International Meteor Conference Special Edition, we bring you a selection of interviews from the IMC, held in La Palma, Canary Isalnds.

The whole episode [Duration 54:42]:
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LOFAR

Following heavy storms early in 2012, a team of observatory staff and volunteer researchers set to work repairing the UK's damaged LOFAR station at Chilbolton Observatory, Hampshire. 

The whole episode [Duration 07:07]:
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October 2012: Curious

In the show this time Dr David Moss tells us about the modelling and observing the magnetic fields of spiral galaxies and Dr David Jess talks about the solar corona and its heating processes. Megan brings us the latest astronomy news and we find out about the October night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 60:36]:
standard [27.7 MB]
low quality [10.4 MB]
high quality [55.5 MB]



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