In this weeks episode Cameron chats to AIP's Women in Physics lectureship winner Katarina Miljkovic. The discuss her work as a planetary scientist, as well as her upcoming lecture tour. For more information for the Macquarie University Lecture go to https://aip.org.au/event-4830339 or for the Wollongong University Lecture go to https://aip.org.au/event-4830341.
This episode's guest is astronomer and exoplanet expert, Jaime Andreas Alvarado. Cameron chats to him about exo-moons, the Colombian astronomy industry, and the importance of involving undergrads in cutting edge research.
Jaime's research can be found here.
In this episode, Cameron speaks to Prof. Martin Rees, the Astronomer Royal of the United Kingdom about his career as an astronomer from the early days of cosmology to the study of Fast Radio Bursts, as well as the future of space exploration as discussed in his latest book The End of Astronauts.
In the final episode of 2021, Cameron speaks to Australia's Astronomer-At-Large, Dr. Fred Watson. Fred is a man of many talents, and has held many positions over his long career in astronomy. Cameron chats to Fred about the many and varied chapters in his life, and what he expects to see in the future for astronomy.
This episode's guest is Marnie Ogg, the founder of Australasian Dark Sky Alliance - a non-profit organisation dedicated to the protection and conservation of the night sky. Cameron chats to her about light pollution, her experience in the astrotourism industry, and her work with ADSA - including her role in setting up Australia's first protected Dark Sky Park.
Beth talks to fellow science-communicator Dr. Angel Rafael Lopez Sanchez about his adventures as an astronomer, his work researching star formation, and sharing the joy of amateur astronomy through community outreach.