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Weekly Space Hangout: September 25, 2019 – Seth Lockman & Aaron Lockman: The Astronomy Brothers

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This week we are joined by brothers Seth and Aaron Lockman who recently launched their new podcast, Astronomy Brothers, on September 9.

Seth is Communications Director at bluShift Aerospace in Maine and is also a JPL Solar System Ambassador. After graduating from college Seth created and co-hosted Radio Astronomy, a radio talk show about space science and exploration. You can get to know more about Seth by visiting as well as his Solar System Ambassador profile at

Aaron, who lives in Chicago, is an experienced actor, playwright, theater critic, and voiceover artist. If you have visited the Adler Planetarium in Chicago, you may have seen Aaron narrating their sky show Destination Solar System. Prior to Astronomy Brothers, Aaron wrote and produced a pseudo-fictional podcast, The Audio Diary of Aaron Lockman, which is available on YouTube [] You can learn more about Aaron on his website, .

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Susie Murph

Susie Murph is the Communications Specialist at CosmoQuest. She also produces Astronomy Cast and the Weekly Space Hangout, and is the former producer of the Parsec Award-winning Guide to Space video series.

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