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Dec 23rd: Hot Subdwarf Binaries

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Podcaster: Richard Drumm ; Guest:Dr. Brad Barlow

Title: 40 Years Ago We Touched The Surface Of Mars

Organization: 365 Days Of Astronomy

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Description: At the VAAS (Virginia Association of Astronomical Societies) 2016 conference your Producer, Richard Drumm, grabbed his digital recorder and waylaid a couple of the speakers for our Astro Interview segment. Here I talk to Dr. Brad Barlow of the Department of Physics, High Point University, and learn a bit about his area of expertise: astroseismology, hot subdwarf binaries and the EREBOS Project.

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.

Dr. Brad Barlow of the Department of Physics, High Point University

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