Slacker Astronomy podcast: Episodes

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We join the Slackers for some chit-chat about Kepler and exoplanets and a whole bunch of other stuff, too.
This is a plea to follow us on Twitter. Our twitter name is 'slackastro'. Astro jokes and more!
Doug talks with Dr. Rachid Ouyed about monstrous supernovae and the extremely interesting prospect that they may result from the transition from a neutron star to a strange star. Just when you thought things couldn't get any denser ...
A loud, chaotic at times but generally fun chit-chat show with Michael, Doug, Mike, Rebecca, Aaron and special guest Ryan Wyatt, directory of the planetarium at the California Acadamy of Sciences.
Michael, Doug and Mike discuss coronal mass ejections, solar flares, aurora and related topics.
Awesome video, narrated by Timothy Ferris, about variable stars and epsilon Aurigae. Courtesy of the good people at citizensky.org.
Michael Koppelman interviews Dr. Lucas Macri about his work on the extragalactic distance scale using Cepheid variable stars and space telescopes.
Mike Simonsen interviews Dr. Arne Henden about AAVSONet, a global network of research telescopes, including APASS and the BSM.
Michael, Doug and Mike regale us with their wit and humor and then Mike interviews Rebekah Turner about the Citizen Sky project.
The conclusion of Mike Simonsen's interview with Robert Naeye, Editor-in-Chief of Sky & Telescope magazine. The topic today is science journalism and afterward Michael, Doug and Mike share their thoughts via their typical slacker banter.
Mike Simonsen from Slacker Astronomy interviews Robert Naeye, Editor-in-Chief of Sky & Telescope magazine about the future of amateur astronomy. Michael, Mike and Doug also discuss various topics and provide brilliant insights and humorous commentary.
Mike Simonsen interviews Kevin Krisciunas about his recent paper that describes how to measure the eccentricity of the moon's orbit with a yardstick and some cardboard and lots of other stuff.
An interview with Steve Howell from NOAO about the Kepler mission, extrasolar asteroids and Ophiuchans.
The folks at citizensky.org made this cool Lite Brite video about Epsilon Aurigae.
Michael, Doug and Mike discuss heat, temperature, thermodynamics, black bodies and associated hot topics.
Mike interviews Caroline Moore, the youngest discoverer of a supernova and Michael, Doug and Mike dicuss supernovae in general in some detail.
Michael, Doug and Mike discuss the charge coupled device (CCD), answer reader mail about cosmology and interivew Slacker Blogger Ben Huset.
A thorough and lengthy show about the North Star, Polaris, including an interview with Dr. Edward Guinan.
Michael, Doug and proto-Slacker Mike Simonsen discuss Citizen Sky, Jupiter, Stardust, Active SETI and much, much more.
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