In this month's show we talk to Gerry Gilmore about the Gaia spacecraft and find out why he says the solar system will be oscillating like a jelly. We find out about the recently launched New Horizons mission to Pluto, pose all your difficult questions to Tim O'Brien and find out what you can see in the night sky during February*. We also get a round up of all the latest news from the planets to the closing of the London planetarium.
Interview with Prof. Gerry Gilmore
Night sky for February 2006
|Interview:||Stuart Lowe interviewed Prof. Gerry Gilmore (University of Cambridge)|
|Ask an astronomer:||Nick Rattenbury asked Tim O'Brien|
|Night sky this month:||Ian Morison|
|New Horizons update:||Hannah Thrall|
|Editors:||Dave Ault and Anthony Holloway|
|Intro/Outro Cast:||Chris Montera - Captain Sam Lovell, Number One - Elie Hirschman, Tactical Officer - Steve Anderson|
|Cover art:||Artist's impression of Gaia Credit: ESA|
* If you live in the southern hemisphere you may need to convert south to north and left to right for Ian's descriptions to make sense.