Podcaster: Fraser Cain and Dr Pamela Gay
Title: Astronomy Cast ep 283: Stellar Motion
Organization: Astronomy Cast – http://www.astronomycast.com
Link : This episode has been streamed live on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ah61hzdGRY4
Description: Our Universe appears timeless and unchanging, the stars taking their nightly flight across the sky. But over long periods of time, you realize that our local region, and even the entire Milky Way is in constant motion. The constellations we see today would be very different millions or even thousands of years ago. Today we’ll discuss stellar motion, how astronomers detect it and how it’s useful.
Bio: Fraser Cain is the publisher of Universe Today and Dr. Pamela Gay is a professor at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville. They team up to do Astronomy Cast, a weekly facts-based journey through the cosmos.
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