Kevin Krisciunas on Slacker Astronomy

The latest episode of the Slacker Astronomy podcast is now online at Slacker Astronomy dot org. This show has Michael and I talking about the recent eruption of U Scorpii, and features an interview with Kevin Krisciunas, an astronomer at Texas A&M University. Kevin and I talk about flying telescopes, infrared observations of supernovae, dark matter, light pollution and the segment featured on 365 Days of Astronomy yesterday, "Measuring the Eccentricity of the Moon's Orbit".

I noticed today this same topic is covered in the March issue of Astronomy magazine. We may be slackers, but we might accidentally be doing something right if we're nailing the same topics as Astronomy magazine.

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