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Podcaster: Steve Nerlich

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Title: Dear CA #58 – It’s Full Of Stars!

Organization: Cheap Astronomy

Links: http://cheapastro.com

Description: Star Stuff.

What’s the Gaia mission all about?

Gaia is mainly about astrometry – though it may also pick up a few exoplanets, test relativity and find some as-yet undetected comets and asteroids within our solar system.

What do you make of Scholz’s star?

Here at CA we sometimes just get sent a link with the expectation that we’ll offer some comment on the general subject area – and that’s just fine with us. So, firstly Scholz’s star is a binary system composed of a red dwarf and a brown dwarf, the combined mass of which is only about 15% of one solar mass.

Bio: Cheap Astronomy presents a podcast about nothing

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