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Next: 22Feb ~ Astrophiz 76 Dr Shari Breen ‘Using masers to understand star formation’

8 Feb 2019, 04:40 UTC
Next: 22Feb ~ Astrophiz 76 Dr Shari Breen ‘Using masers to understand star formation’
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Today we are speaking with Dr Shari Breen, who holds a research fellowship at the Sydney Institute for Astronomy at the University of Sydney.
She has been awarded the prestigious Bolton Fellowship and has worked on some of the world’s and Australia’s most powerful instruments, including the Parkes Dish and the ATCA. In 2015 she was named a L’Oreal-UNESCO forWomen in Science Fellow for her work on understanding how the largest stars in our galaxy are formed.
For observers and astrophotographers, in ‘What’s Up Doc’, Dr Ian ‘Astroblog’ Musgrave tells us what to look for in the morning, evening & night skies.

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