365 Days of Astronomy Now More Than 1,000 Days

Article written: 29 Sep , 2011
Updated: 24 Dec , 2015

September 27 2011 was the 1,000th day since the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast was instituted on 1 January 2009, the International Year of Astronomy – and due to a puzzling publishing hiccup the 1,000th episode played on September 28 2011.

This unique citizen scientist project will hopefully stumble on through to the end of 2011, but if anyone wants to see it have a life after that your support and contributions are needed today – and every day after that.

Steve Nerlich is a very amateur Australian astronomer, publisher of the Cheap Astronomy website and the weekly Cheap Astronomy Podcasts and one of the team of volunteer explainers at Canberra Deep Space Communications Complex – part of NASA’s Deep Space Network.

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  1. Anonymous says

    nice informative post like it thanks for sharing ti keep it up


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    Anonymous says

    One of my favorite podcast.. other than Frazier and Dr. Pamela Gay’s ‘Astronomy Cast’… I will continue to listen in and will gladly contribute as soon as I can! Economic delirium aside…. which is why I’m here instead of working… dzzzzz.

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