Our interview with Dr. Robert Simpson went very well indeed.
The final version of the interview for 365 Days of Astronomy contains only a small fraction of the full interview. The large part of the interview which we couldn’t fit in will be released at a latter date as part of the normal Star Sailor Podcast hopefully some time in December.
The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast has been submitted and approved and even as I type this post Hannah is busy typing up the transcript for the interview.
The interview will be broadcast on the 29th of November (That is this Monday coming) and will be available for download from the 365 Days of Astronomy website and directly from itunes.
Another update will be posted after the interview has been broadcast.
Till the 29th
Both Hannah and myself are currently busy on other projects however, we are recording a special podcast for 365 Days of Astronomy this Monday for release on the 29th of November so we are sure you understand this is our priority at the moment.
You can listen to all of the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast on their site here, and don’t worry we will give you a reminder closer to the time .
Before I go I would like to point out a fantastic piece of software for you PC.
Universe sandbox is a powerful program that lets you simulate, and radically alter everything from our solar system to entire galaxy clusters. You can download a free trial from the universe sandbox website (http://universesandbox.com/) with unlimited access to the program costing $29 (that is about £18). A really wonderful tool for scientific studies or for letting your megalomaniac tendencies out of the wardrobe for a while (altering masses and orbital parameters never ceases to be funny ).
Thanks for reading
More information on the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast will be released after recording
Till next time
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