Podcaster:  Host : Fraser Cain ; Guest : Dr. Frank Timmes, Dr. Nicole Gugliucci, Dave Dickinson, Morgan Rehnberg, Kimberly Cartier

Weekly-Space-HangoutTitle: Weekly Space Hangout: Dr. Frank Timmes – Astronomy Online Education

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Description: This Week’s Stories:

  • A giant radio space blob! LAB-1
  • A new bill to target serial sexual harassers
  • The final days of Rosetta
  • Microlensing circumbinary planet is detected
  • Hubble deep field by ALMA
  • Tiangong to crash next year
  • The repeat of Voyager’s impossible cloud

Bio: Fraser Cain is the publisher of Universe Today

Special guests: Dr. Frank Timmes is an astrophysicist at Arizona State University. His interests include the universe’s evolving composition and its implications for life in the universe. Dr. Timmes’ current area of research is nuclear astrophysics and the creation of the periodic table. He will be discussing online astronomy education, the Global Freshman Academy at Arizona State University ( ).

Dr. Nicole Gugliucci ( & @NoisyAstronomer )
Dave Dickinson ( & @Astroguyz )
Morgan Rehnberg ( & @MorganRehnberg )
Kimberly Cartier ( & @AstroKimCartier )

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