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September 2012 Extra:  Elevation

In the show this time, Prof. Joss Bland-Hawthorn talks to us about the interplay between baryonic and dark matter in galaxy formation, Eddie Blackhurst about low noise amplifiers and microwave receivers in this month's JodBite and your astronomical questions are answered by Dr Tim O'Brien in Ask an Astronomer.

The whole episode [Duration 66:22]:
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September 2012: Tranquility

In the show this time, we have more interviews from the National Astronomy Meeting as Dr Simon Green tells us about collecting cometary dust with the Stardust-NExT mission and Dr Joseph Mottram talks about massive star formation. Stuart brings us the latest astronomy news and we find out about the September night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 53:33]:
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high quality [49 MB]



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August 2012 extra

Sir Bernard Lovell 1913-2012. We begin this episode with a look back at the life of Sir Bernard Lovell, founder of Jodrell Bank, who sadly died on the 6th of August at the age of 98. We also talk to Prof. Alan Hood about the solar atmosphere, Dr. Jacqueline Hodge about observing submillimetre galaxies with the VLA, and Prof. Ray Norris about the Evolutionary Map of the Universe (EMU) project. This month's Jodbite features Jo Bowler who tells us about the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), and Dr Mark Purver answers your astronomical questions in Ask an Astronomer

The whole episode [Duration 78:58]:
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August 2012: A Ring To It

In the show this time, Dr Fergus Simpson tells us about mapping dark matter using weak gravitational lensing and Professor Carlos Frenk talks about exploring the nature of dark matter through simulations. Megan summarises the latest astronomynews and we find out what's in the August night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 62:22]:
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July 2012 Extra: Anti-ageing

In this episode we talk to Dr Fraser Clarke about the E-ELT and HARMONI, Dr Lisa Kaltenegger about massive rocky planets, and Dr Michelle Collins about dwarf galaxies. We also talk to Kim Mance about life as a telescope controller at Jodrell Bank Observatory in this month's JodBite, and your astronomical questions are answered by Dr Iain McDonald in Ask an Astronomer.

The whole episode [Duration 64:33]:
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July 2012: Amity

In the show this time, we find out about Ian Morison's trip to observe the transit of Venus, Dr Paolo Padovani tells us about active galactic nuclei and we talk to Jakub Bochinski about exoplanets. Stuart rounds up the latest astronomy news and we find out what's in the July night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 67:20]:
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June 2012 Extra: Twice-in-a-lifetime

In this episode we talk to Dr Katharine Johnstone about massive star formation, Professor Ed Copeland about alternative theories of gravity, and Dr Dave Jones about binary stars and astronomy at the Very Large Telescope (VLT). We also talk to Mike Anderson about managing the site at Jodrell Bank Observatory in this month's JodBite, and your astronomical questions are answered by Dr Tim O'Brien in Ask an Astronomer.

The whole episode [Duration 74:15]:
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June 2012: Captured

This month, we continue our feast of interviews from the National Astronomy Meeting. We talk to Dr Patrick Sutton about gravitational wave detection with LIGO, Dr Antonio Chrysostomou and Dr Mark Thompson tell us about the sub-millimetre camera SCUBA-2, and Professor James Dunlop brings us up to speed on sub-millimetre galaxies and the instruments used to observe them. Megan rounds up the latest news and we find out what's in the June night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 74:47]:
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May 2012 Extra: Photogenic

In the show this time, Nik Szymanek tells us about astrophotography, Dr Thomas Targett tells us about supermassive blackholes, Prof. Alan Fitzsimmons tells us about the NEOShield project. Also, Foteini Lykou tells us about evolved stars in this month's JodBite and your questions are answered by Dr Tim O'Brien.

The whole episode [Duration 75:02]:
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May 2012: Piggy-Back

In this month's show we bring you the first of many interviews recorded at the National Astronomy Meeting. We talk to Dr Jayne Birkby about Hot Jupiter planets, Dr Nick Cross about a billion star image, Dr Dan Brown and John Tanner about light pollution in the Peak District and Phil Bull about Dark Energy. Plus, Megan rounds up the latest news and we find out what's in the May night sky from Ian Morison and John Field.

The whole episode [Duration 68:17]:
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