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Mar 26th: Coronavirus Can’t Stop Astronomy!

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This is a hard times for astronomers. But even though we #stayathome, you can learn astronomy with so many online resources. We also have news about black holes, trojan asteroid and more at #spaceradio

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Mar 25th: Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse! Is a Familiar Star About to Explode

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Betelgeuse, a massive star in the Orion constellation, is dimming. Could it be about to explode in a spectacular supernova? What would that look like here on Earth?

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Mar 24th: Interview with Dr Tana Joseph

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Today episode of Urban Astronomer will feature Dr Tana Joseph, an astrophysicist with a special interest in extra-galactic X-ray binary star systems. She is also the founder and owner of AstroComms, a STEM consultancy and communications company.

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Mar 23rd: Dealing with COVID-19 and the Changes it will Bring

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Fraser and Pamela discuss the coronavirus worldwide pandemic that is upon us. There is much to discuss.

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Mar 22nd: Collision & Tiny Visitor

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6478 Gault in the asteroid belt grew after collision and discovery of 2019 AS5

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