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Astronomy, Public, Pythagorean Astronomy

Pythagorean Astronomy: It’s (Almost) Never Aliens

Posted on 14 September 2020 by Chris North

This is a special episode – released a couple of weeks earlier than normal – that’s because we’ve got a very special story to talk about this time. A team of astronomers has detected hints that indicate the possibility that there may be life in the clouds of Venus. Despite the maybes and possibilities, this
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Astronomy, Public, Pythagorean Astronomy, Radio and Podcasts

Pythagorean Astronomy: Black holes – too big and too small

Posted on 3 September 2020 by Chris North

If there’s anything that pricks up the ears in astronomy, it’s black holes. And this month we have not one, but two black hole stories. And, depending on how you count them, four black holes, though two of them no longer exist – if that sounds confusing, then don’t worry, it’ll become clear! Regular listeners
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Astronomy, Pythagorean Astronomy, Radio and Podcasts

Pythagorean Astronomy: Solar Obiter – Not Suitable for Vegetarians

Posted on 30 July 2020 by Chris North

In astronomy, the month of July has been the month of two things: comets, and Mars. Comet Neowise, or to give it it’s full title C/2020 F3 NEOWISE, has graced the skies of the northern hemispheres, becoming the first naked eye comet for some time. Some have even argued it’s the best comet for decades.
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Media, Physics, Public, Schools, Teacher Training

Presenting 101 – The Presenter Network Online Workshop

Posted on 22 July 2020 by Sarah Roberts

What’s On? Title: Presenting 101: An introduction to presenting and the network Location: Zoom Date and time: 3-5pm, 12 August 2020 Cost: Free Book Your Place We’ve very excited to announce the Presenter Network has a new hub in South Wales run from the Cardiff University School of Physics and Astronomy. Whether you’re looking to hone your craft,
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