Jan 26th: Man in The Moon part 3

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Podcaster: Richard Drumm

FolkloreTitle: Folklore Series: Man in The Moon part 3

Organization: Astrosphere new Media

Description: Today we will bring you a folklore about Man in the Moon, by the Rev. Timothy Harley, F.R.A.S.

Bio: Richard Drumm is President of the Charlottesville Astronomical Society and President of 3D – Drumm Digital Design, a video production company with clients such as Kodak, Xerox and GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals. He was an observer with the UVa Parallax Program at McCormick Observatory in 1981 & 1982. He has found that his greatest passion in life is public outreach astronomy and he pursues it at every opportunity.

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Transcript:

Our show’s editor, Richard Drumm, continues reading from: MOON LORE Rev. Timothy Harley, F.R.A.S.
 
 
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About Richard B. Drumm

Richard Drumm is President of the Charlottesville Astronomical Society and President of 3D – Drumm Digital Design, a video production company with clients such as Kodak, Xerox and GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals. He was an observer with the UVa Parallax Program at McCormick Observatory in 1981 & 1982. He’s found that his greatest passion in life is public outreach astronomy and he pursues it at every opportunity.

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