Podcaster: Fraser Cain, Ian O’Neill, Nicole Gugliucci, Thad Szabo, Nancy Atkinson, Scott Lewis, Alan Stern, Jason Major, Amy Shira Teitel
Title: Weekly Space Hangout: Highlight in Astronomy
Link : http://cosmoquest.org
You can watch the video in: http://youtu.be/buW6xW1D8Fk
Nicole Gugliucci: http://news.discovery.com/space/astro…
Jason Major: http://news.discovery.com/space/alien…
Ian O’Neill: http://news.discovery.com/space/galax…
NASA at SXSW via Scott Lewis: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/web…
Follow Nancy Atkinson for Dragon updates at https://twitter.com/nancy_a
And some helpful links from the comments:
Quick anim of New Horizons’ trajectory via John Reynolds
Tony Darnell: The best place to start to get Hubble data: The Hubble Legacy Archive. It’s really easy to get data on lots of objects. http://hla.stsci.edu/
Description: Space journalists and aficionados round up to share space news.
Bio: Fraser Cain is a publisher in Universe Today ; Nicole Gugliucci from Cosmoquest; Ian O’Neill from Discovery News ; Thad Szabo from Cerritos College ; Nancy Atkinson from Universe Today ; Scott Lewis from Astrosphere New Media; Alan Stern from Uwingu ; Jason Major from Lightsinthedark.com ; Amy Shira Teitel from Vintage Space
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