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April 2007

April 2007

Aliens have landed at Stonehenge! Actually they haven't, and we aren't serious about horoscopes either, but we nearly had you fooled there. Luckily, the rest of our April show has real astronomy in it. We find out some more about gravitational wave detectors and we talk about quasars and black holes. As always we have the news with Megan, get Tim to answer your questions, get a roundup of other podcasts from Stuart and Ian tells us what we can see in the night sky.

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The news - April 2007

Interview with Dr Graham Woan (University of Glasgow)

Interview with Prof Steve Rawlings (University of Oxford)

Ask an astronomer - Making Dark Matter Maps

The night sky for April 2007

Show Credits

News:Megan Argo
News in Chinese:Dandan Xu
Notícias em Português - Abril 2007:Valerio Ribeiro
Nouvelles en Français - Avril 2007:Neil Vaytet
Interview:Nick Rattenbury talked to Dr Graham Woan
Gravitational wave sounds:Sounds courtesy of Scott Hughes and Ryan Lang (MIT)
Interview:Nick Rattenbury talked to Prof Steve Rawlings
Ask an Astronomer:Nick Rattenbury and Tim O'Brien
Night sky this month:Ian Morison
Presenters:David Ault, Stuart Lowe and Nick Rattenbury
Editors:David Ault, Nick Rattenbury, Megan Argo and Stuart Lowe
Cover Art:Simulated gravitational wave courtesy of K. Thorne (Caltech) and T. Carnahan (NASA GSFC)
Website:Stuart Lowe
Intro/Outro script:David Ault
Intro/Outro voice:David Ault
Cover art:Simulated gravitational wave Credit: K. Thorne (Caltech) and T. Carnahan

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