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June 2007

June 2007

Tick, tick, tick. Forty years on from the first observations of pulsating neutron stars we talk to the discoverer of pulsars, Jocelyn Bell-Burnell. She tells us about her PhD and how an "annoying bit of scruff" turned into a fascinating area of research. We also hear about the Jodrell Bank First Move Literary Festival happening in June. As always, we have the latest news with Megan and Ian tells us what we can see in the night sky from the northern hemisphere.

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The news - June 2007

Interview with Prof Jocelyn Bell-Burnell

The night sky for June 2007

Show Credits

News:Megan Argo
Notícias em Português - Junho 2007:Valerio Ribeiro
Nouvelles en Français - Juin 2007:Neil Vaytet
News in Chinese:Dandan Xu
اخبار به فارسى:Mina Panahi
Interview:Nick and Stuart talked to Dr Jocelyn Bell-Burnell
Night sky this month:Ian Morison
Presenters:David Ault, Stuart Lowe and Nick Rattenbury
Editors:Stuart Lowe
Cover Art:The first pulsar telescope at Cambridge CREDIT:
Website:Stuart Lowe
Additional Language Support:Mohammad Ebadinejad
Intro/Outro script:David Ault
Intro/Outro voices:Alicia Laine Matheson as Mrs Robinson and Tom Backus as Benjamin (
Cover art:The first pulsar telescope at Cambridge Credit: Carrol & Ostlie

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