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What's the different between The Plough Constellations in the west and the east? more at

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Happy New Year! come and join us and fall in love again with exploring your universe!
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The 365 Days of Astronomy team invites you to come behind the scenes while we record our New Year's episode. Join project manager +Avivah Yamani , producer +Richard Drumm , and +CosmoQuest PI +Pamela L. Gay for a discussion of the great things planned for 2015.
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Ring in the New Year and the International Year of Light
Sun, December 28, 2014, 10:00 PM
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Thanks, Nancy! And a Happy New Year to you & your telescopes too! :D
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Join a discussion about #Mars #Curiosity Mission with Texas Astronomy Society at #365DaysOfAstro
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Do you have any question about the universe?  you can leave the question in a comment, and we will answer it through our Q&A podcast series. #astronomy  
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The solar system is littered with Ice. The bulk of this material orbits quietly in the outer Solar System, but sometimes, something disturbs the ice and the come plunging in toward the Sun. In this Hangout, we will discuss comets, how we explore them, and how they brought water to worlds like Earth.

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Play that funky #science   check this out! #astronomy #podcast  
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January is a fairly normal month, being special with all the planets being visible for most of the month. #astronomy #observation  
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interested on sharing your message in our audio? you can do so by sponsoring us!
All our media programs are edited and maintained through Astrosphere New Media*. These programs are, and have always been, a labor of love funded through the community. Your donations fund audio an...
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Do you know that you can share your #astronomy   knowledge and info to the world? Join us as our #podcaster ! You can check our available days in here! http://cosmoquest.org/x/365daysofastronomy/calendar/
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Write a little fiction? Submit a short story  involving #asteroid   to +365 Days of Astronomy  #astronomy  
This post is... a bit delayed. Back in May, while attending Balticon, I issued a challenge to our Astronomy Cast & 365 Days of Astronomy listeners: Write us a short story that includes asteroid...
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An Astronomy Podcast every day, all year
Introduction

The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is a project that will publish one podcast per day, 5 to 10 minutes in duration, for all 365 days of 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. The project was started as part of the International Year of Astronomy 2009. The podcasts are available through an RSS feed and on this website. The podcast episodes will be written, recorded and produced by people around the world.

Although all the episodes will have a common intro and outtro that ties into the overall theme, each episode will be completely different.

We are looking for individuals, schools, companies and clubs to provide 5 – 10 minutes of audio for our daily podcast. You can do as few as 1 episode or up to 12 episodes (one per month, subject, of course, to our editorial discretion). Our goal is to encourage people to sign up for a particular day (or days) of the year.

Below we have a calendar of astronomical events to give ideas but the podcasts can be about virtually any astronomical topic. We are seeking a wide range of contributions, from simple concepts or how-tos to more in-depth discussions of complex concepts. We will do post-production on all submissions, so knowledge of audio editing may not be necessary.

We get a wide range of wonderful contributions, from simple at-home “first light” podcasts to highly polished and professional recordings. We strive to sign up a wide range of participants, from K-12 classrooms to graduate students in astronomy to science bloggers and podcasters to big media companies. For continuity, all of the podcasts will be in English.

For instructions on how to contribute see the Join In page.