Gather round the internets for another episode of the Weekly Space Hangout. Where our experienced team of journalists, astronomers and astronomer-journalists bring you up to speed on the big happenings in the universe of space and astronomy.
Our team this week:
Reporters: Casey Dreier, David Dickinson, Amy Shira Teitel, Sondy Springmann, Nicole Gugliuci
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Host: Fraser Cain
And here are the stories we covered:
Curiosity Celebrates One Year on Mars
2013 Perseids Meteor Shower
Lori Garver Leaving NASA
Sun’s Magnetic Field is About to Flip
Japanese HTV-4 Docked
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5 Replies to “Weekly Space Hangout – August 9, 2013”
Is there a way to just get the audio for us, bandwidth challenged folks ?
The 365 Days of Astronomy replays the audio a few days later (it takes some work to extract the audio), and you can listen to last week’s Weekly Space Hangout, published today on 365 Days of Astronomy : http://cosmoquest.org/blog/365daysofastronomy/2013/08/09/august-9th-astro-highlight-on-ison-and-asteroid-2003-dz15/
Are these still going into the Astronomy Cast feed, or should I be getting them from 365 Days of Astronomy exclusively? Thanks!
Is there methods to only receive the audio tracks for people, bandwidth questioned individuals?
Erica & Issac: I’m the editor of the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast. The Friday 365 DoA podcast publishes at 6AM Eastern Time, so it happens a bit before the G+ WSH (Weekly Space Hangout) does. The Astronomy Cast episodes also are happening as G+ hangouts these days, so I edit them (as does Preston Gibson) and upload them as 365 DoA episodes. So to answer your questions, Astronomy Casts go to both Astronomy Cast and 365 DoA, WSHs are available live on G+ Hangouts & YouTube, archived on YouTube, and (audio only, which saves bandwidth) on 365 DOA.
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