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Astrophiz 39: Dr Ian Musgrave ‘Amateur Astronomy & Astrophotography’

27 Jul 2017, 10:14 UTC
Astrophiz 39: Dr Ian Musgrave ‘Amateur Astronomy & Astrophotography’
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In this episode Dr Ian ‘Astroblog’ Musgrave gives us an insightful approach to amateur astronomy, introduces us to basic equipment and cameras and the iTelecopeDOTnet remote telescopes, tells us what to look for in the evening and morning skies and in his ‘Tangent’, give us more detail on occultations and how some asteroids can become comets. [Follow @ianfmusgrave on Twitter]
Ian is someone very familiar to Astrophiz listeners. For the last 12 months he has presented his ‘What’s Up Doc’ segment where he tells us what to look for in the night sky, astrophotography tips and in ‘Ian’s Tangent’ he gives us a deeper understanding of astronomical phenomena. Today he will do all that, but first we’re going to find out more about this erstwhile producer of the fantastic ‘Astroblog’.
In the News: SKA update, the Voyager Missions, Non-Optical Telescopes and what to look forward to in our next couple of episodes.
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