April 3rd: Learning Space : NANOGrav

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Podcaster:  Nicole Gugliucci, Georgia Bracey  and Ryan Lynch

Title: Learning Space : NANOGrav

Organization: CosmoQuest ; McGill University

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smEYGEsqrLo&w=560&h=315]

Link :  http://www.physics.mcgill.ca/~rlynch/

You can watch the video in:   http://youtu.be/smEYGEsqrLo

This podcast has been aired in live hangout on March 20, 2013.

Description:  outreach opportunities around the NANOGrav project. Like pulsars, radio telescopes, and ripples in time and space? This one is for you.

Bio: Nicole Gugliucci and Georgia Bracey from SIUE are CosmoQuest

Ryan Lynch is a postdoctoral scholar in Prof. Vicky Kaspi’s pulsar group at McGill University. His research focuses on finding new and interesting pulsars in large-area radio surveys and learning everything I can from them. He is also a passionate educator with many years of outreach experience. He’s driven to foster a thirst for knowledge of astronomy and other areas of science among all people, especially children and young adults.

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