Slacker Astronomy Interview on 365 Days of Astronomy Today

Today I interview Kevin Krisciunas, who is not only brilliant, but a lot of fun, on the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast. We talked about an interesting experiment he did attempting to measure the angular size of the Moon. Then you can measure the Moon at different times in the lunar cycle to see if and when it increases or decreases in size as seen from Earth. This ten minute segment is part of a much longer interview, on supernovae and dark energy, coming out on Slacker Astronomy later today.

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