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New Episodes of AAASky
Sundays, April 11 and 25
AAASky is the Amateur Astronomers Association‘s podcast for astronomy fans in New York City and beyond. Join co-hosts Irene and Stanley as they interview club members, prominent scientists, and personalities on the New York astronomical scene. Topics range from current space missions, night sky observing, astrophotography, cosmological research—plus AAA news and messages, and of course, Irene’s celestial forecast. Join us every other week to find out what’s happening above, with AAASky.
Lecture: Alex Howe Presents, “Super-Earths to Super-Jupiter: Understanding the Atmospheres of Exoplanets”
Tuesday, April 13
7:00 – 8:30 p.m. EST
About the Speaker: The following is an excerpt from Dr. Howe’s blog: “I grew up with a love of all things science. I received a Ph.D. in astrophysics from Princeton University in 2016, and I am currently a postdoc at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. My research centers around the atmospheres of extrasolar planets, particularly with regard to determining what they are made of.” When he isn’t doing research for NASA, Dr. Howe enjoys writing science fiction short stories, novels, and nonfiction essays, some of which you can find on his blog.
Monday, April 19
7:30 – 8:00 p.m. EST
Location: AAA Facebook Live
Moon-topia – a monthly look at a few of the amazing moons of our solar system.
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