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As part of the International Year of Astronomy, many of us contributed podcasts to the 365 Days of Astronomy Project. These educational podcasts are 5-10 minutes long and totally free.
|April 27, 2009
||Cameron Hummels: "Will the World End in 2012?"
|May 25, 2009
||Robert Morehead: "Tides: More Than Floats Your Boat."
|June 1st, 2009
||Maureen Teyssier: "Supernovae"
|June 8th, 2009
||Erika Hamden: ''The Universe in Ultraviolet''
|June 17th, 2009
||Josh Schroeder: ''The Big Bang!''
|July 27th, 2009
||Sarah Tuttle: ''Astronomical Ballooning - Or, What Goes Up Must Come Down''
|August 3rd, 2009
||Lia Corrales & David Tam: ''Black Hole Street Smarts''
|August 10th, 2009
||Adam Fuller: ''What happened to Saturn's rings?''
|August 24th, 2009
''The Reemergence of Planetary Science: Revisiting Percival Lowell''
|August 31st, 2009
||Destry Saul: "Grote Reber: The First Radio Astronomer"
|September 28th, 2009
''The Connection between Metal Abundances and the Evolution of Galaxies''
|October 19th, 2009
||Adam Fuller: ''When Galileo fell into Jupiter''
|November 8th, 2009
||Nitza Santiago: ''Radio Astronomy: An Important Tool''
|November 23rd, 2009
||Lia Corrales & David Tam: ''The Extraterrestrials in Your Back Yard''
|November 30th, 2009
||Adam Fuller: ''What Galileo Discovered at Jupiter''
|December 28th, 2009
||Maria Pereira: ''Life in Technicolor''
Andrew Brown, one of our team, put together this instructional video on how to set up a Galileoscope.