Saturday, May 16, 2009

365 Days of Astronomy Podcast #2

Yep, I am on there again today. Today I play second banana to my friend Connie Walker chatting about dark skies. She was head honcho on this one, but you can probably blame me for a couple of cornball jokes in there.

365 Days of Astronomy has a new podcast each day on a different topic. Typical podcasts last around 10 minutes and are free to download and subscribe to with iTunes or whatever your favorite podcast catcher might be. If you haven't subscribed, you should. It's a pretty amazing project when you look at all the people that are volunteering their time and talents to this project.

I don't have any more solo shows (all dates are filled for this year) but might end up collaborating with a couple of other groups on future podcasts. I almost wish I had signed up for another date since I have a few more ideas now!


kkdither said...

Too bad you weren't asked to contribute to the "Giant Pulses in the Crab" podcast. That title sounds pretty interesting.

Congratulations on another fine production, btw, it wasn't that corny....

hale-bopp said...

The Crab one is pretty good...check it out. It was done by Sue Ann Heatherly...she has my job at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, West Virginia. I spent a summer there working with the Green Bank Telescope...great place.