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May 2007

May 2007

May 2007 is when everything changes. Well, not quite everything. The Jodcast may have gone twice-monthly, but we remain in roughly the same cheesy format as before. This month we've gone international with Nick joining us from New Zealand and Tim from Chile. In our main interview, Nick chats with Carole Mundell about the Liverpool Telescope and how it is being used to observe hugely energetic gamma-ray bursts. Later we find out what Tim is doing with the New Technologies Telescope at La Silla in Chile. As usual we get the latest astronomy news from Megan and Ian tells us what we can see in the northern skies during May. Now, we must go and sort out our containment fields as they seem to be on the blink. It's probably something to do with phase variances in the deflector grid.

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The news - May 2007

Interview with Dr Carole Mundell (Liverpool John Moores University)

The night sky for May 2007

Show Credits

News:Megan Argo
News in Chinese:Dandan Xu
Notícias em Português - Maio 2007:Valerio Ribeiro
اخبار به فارسى:Mohammad Ebadinejad
Interview:Nick Rattenbury talked to Dr Carole Mundell
Night sky this month:Ian Morison
Presenters:David Ault, Stuart Lowe, Nick Rattenbury and Tim O'Brien
Editors:Stuart Lowe, David Ault and Megan Argo
Cover Art:Polarisation image of a gamma-ray burst taken just 203 seconds after the start of the explosion using RINGO on the Liverpool Telescope. CREDIT: Liverpool Telescope/Liverpool John Moores University
Website:Stuart Lowe
Respectable Jodrell Bank Researcher:Dr Anita Richards
Survey Winner:John Cave (Merseyside, UK)
Intro/Outro script:Steve Anderson, David Ault and Stuart Lowe
Special Guest Voice:John Barrowman from the BBC's Torchwood
Intro voice:Steve Anderson
Outro voices:Ian Manfield, Eric Wilcock, Tom Muxlow, Megan Argo and David Ault
Cover art:Polarisation image of a gamma-ray burst taken just 203 seconds after the start of the explosion using RINGO on the Liverpool Telescope. Credit: Liverpool Telescope/Liverpool John Moores University

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