Astrarium – Astronomy Radio

There is a new astronomy radio show called Astrarium being broadcast out of Queen’s University, Ontario every Tuesday and the presenter is James Silvester, PhD candidate at the university’s Physics department and former guest speaker at NEAS (he’s also a friend of mine from when I studied at University of Hertfordshire.)

Topics so far include dark matter, cosmology and the Large Hadron Collider.

The radio show is streamed from www.cfrc.ca, but if you can’t listen to it live you can download the shows as podcasts here.

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Posted on 8 October, 2008, in Popular Science and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Astrarium – Astronomy Radio.

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