Date: February 26, 2010

Title: Playing Hide and Seek With a Binary Pulsar


Podcaster: Sue Ann Heatherly

Organization: NRAO:

Description: Froney Crawford, astronomer at Franklin and Marshall College just finished an observing run on the Green Bank Telescope and joins us to talk about it– his research studying an enigmatic pulsar in a binary system.

Bio: Sue Ann Heatherly is the Education Officer at the NRAO Green Bank WV site. She comes to astronomy by way of biology (BA in 1981), and science education (MA in 1985) She visited the Observatory as a teacher in 1987 and knew she’d found Camelot. She has been employed with the NRAO since 1989.

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