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Astrophiz 51: Dr David Gozzard ~ Telescope pilot taking the pulse of the Universe

14 Feb 2018, 21:07 UTC
Astrophiz 51: Dr David Gozzard ~ Telescope pilot taking the pulse of the Universe
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Astrophiz 51: Dr David Gozzard – Telescope pilot taking the pulse of the Universe.

In this episode we are speaking with Dr David Gozzard who is a Post-doc Researcher at the The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research and lecturer at the University of West Australia. He is also a surf lifesaver, a 3D printer and model aircraft pilot, Astrophysics blogger and recipient of the 2017 West Australian Student Scientist of the Year Award. His work on synchronising multi-signal systems has been successfully tested on SKA precursor radio telescope arrays in Australia and Africa. Follow @DRG_physics on Twitter

Then Dr Ian ‘Astroblog’ Musgrave tells astrophotographers, naked eye observers, binocular and telescope wranglers, what to look for in the skies over the next two weeks.
Follow @ianfmusgrave on Twitter

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