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Jun 8th: 100 Years Since the Eddington Experiment

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Einstein published his general theory of relativity in 1915. Four years later, Arthur Eddington led and experiment to observe the deflection of starlight during a total solar eclipse providing critical evidence supporting Einstein’s Theory. Nearly 100 years later, a team of astronomers and students is attempting to recreate his experiment in Chile during a total solar eclipse on July 2nd.

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Jun 7th: NASA Seamstress to the Stars

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NASA has ordered Moon landers! Discussions with Jean Wright and more news roundup with @WSHCrew at #365DaysOfAstro

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Jun 6th: Delicious White Salmon

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Special edition recorded at the Intermediate School in White Salmon, Washington!

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Jun 5th: Awesome Astronomy June 2019 Discussion & Sky Guide

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Astronomy round up news & sky guide for June with @AwesomeAstroPod at #365DaysOfAstro

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Jun 4th: Is everything a wave or a particle, and why does my head hurt?

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Is light made of waves or particles? Is matter made of waves or particles? What does it mean for matter to “wave”, anyway?

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