Podcaster: Host : Nicole Gugliucci, Georgia Bracey, and Pamela Gay. Guest: Connie Walker and Scott Kardel.
Title: Learning Space : Globe at Night
Link : You can watch the video in: http://youtu.be/PBuTneLlLwE
Description: What would it be like without stars at night? What is it we loose? Truly starry night skies have given us poetry, art, music and the wonder to explore. A bright night sky (aka light pollution) affects energy consumption and wildlife too. Join in to glean how as a citizen-scientist you can easily measure the brightness of your night sky, contribute your measurement quickly on-line and use the data in all sorts of projects. The international GLOBE at Night citizen-science campaign (www.globeatnight.org) will be a main focus for discussion.
Bio: Nicole Gugliucci and Georgia Bracey from SIUE are CosmoQuest
Connie Walker is an associate scientist and senior science education specialist in the Education and Public Outreach (EPO) group at the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO) in Tucson, Arizona. She directs the worldwide citizen science campaign on monitoring sky brightness called GLOBE at Night
Scott Kardel is the Public Affairs Director for the International Dark-Sky Association
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