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July 2006

July 2006

We get our very own Ian Morison to tell us about the history of SETI and how it will develop in the future plus we talk to the Chairman of Macclesfield Astronomical Society about his interest in astronomy. Tim and Ian answer questions that you've sent in and Ian tells us what we can see in the night sky during July.

The wow signal recorded on channel 2 of the receiver on the Big Ear antenna operated by Ohio State University. The circled characters show the sequence in channel 2 of the characters 6EQUJ5 representing signal strengths of 6 - 14 - 26 - 30 - 19 - 5.
The wow signal recorded on channel 2 of the receiver on the Big Ear antenna operated by Ohio State University. The circled characters show the sequence in channel 2 of the characters 6EQUJ5 representing signal strengths of 6 - 14 - 26 - 30 - 19 - 5.

M42 - the Orion Nebula. (c) Andrew Greenwood
M42 - the Orion Nebula. (c) Andrew Greenwood

Bailey's Beads during solar eclipse 2006. (c) Andrew Greenwood
Bailey's Beads during solar eclipse 2006. (c) Andrew Greenwood

Noctilucent clouds. © Andrew Greenwood
Noctilucent clouds. © Andrew Greenwood

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The news

Interview with Ian Morison

Interview with Andrew Greenwood

Ask an astronomer

The night sky for July 2006

Show Credits

News:Megan Argo
Interview:Nick interviewed Ian Morison
Interview:Megan Argo interviewed Andrew Greenwood
Ask an Astronomer:Tim O'Brien and Ian Morison answered questions
Night sky this month:Ian Morison
Presenter:Dave Ault
Editors:Dave Ault and Stuart Lowe
Website:Stuart Lowe
Intro/Outro Cast:Mark Bruzee was the disembodied voice
Cover art:Pluto system Credit: Hubble/NASA/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.

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