March 1st: Weekly Space Hangout: Highlight in Astronomy

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Podcaster: Fraser Cain, Ian O’Neill, Nicole Gugliucci, Thad Szabo, Nancy Atkinson, Pamela Gay, Scott Lewis

Title: Weekly Space Hangout: Highlight in Astronomy

Organization: Cosmoquest

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Description:  This week we talk about the failed search for extraterrestrials, Galaxy M106, Curiosity drilling, a weird metal object found on surface of Mars, the year of the comets, a supernova precursor, and the near-earth asteroid flyby.

Bio: Fraser Cain is a publisher in Universe Today ; Nicole Gugliucci from Cosmoquest; Thad Szabo from Cerritos College ; Nancy Atkinson from Universe Today ; Dr. Pamela Gay from Cosmoquest ; Scott Lewis from Astrosphere New Media

Today’s sponsor: This episode of “365 Days of Astronomy” is sponsored by — no one. We still need sponsors for many days in 2011, so please consider sponsoring a day or two. Just click on the “Donate” button on the lower left side of this webpage, or contact us at

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