Podcaster: Hens Zimmerman
Organization: Adventures in astronomy blog
Fast radio bursts:
Arecibo radio telescope:
Parkes radio telescope:
Soft gamma repeater:
Blue gene super computer:
Astronomy at the University of Groningen (RuG):
￼Chandra Xray observatory:
ESA XMM Newton Xray observatory:
Einstein @ home:
Square Kilometer Array:
Description: In this episode of the 365 days of astronomy podcast amateur astronomer Hens Zimmerman interview Joeri van Leeuwen
Bio: Hens Zimmerman used to have a DIY telescope when he was a kid. Now, as a busy adult with a family and a day job, he has a computer controlled “goto mount” telescope. He lives in the light polluted and often bad weathered Netherlands. Hens is married, has a daughter and is a post production audio engineer during the day.
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