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Astronomy A Go-Go: The Latest Space Buzz, On The Go
By: Brian C Hart | Source: Southern California Science Cafe Blog
February 4, 2006 1:03PM PDT
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For the busy person on the go who likes space but can't stay in one place for a long time, take "Astronomy A Go-Go" with you, on the go! With Saturn visible in the sky, check out their latest Episode: Find Saturn and the "Woman in the Moon"

Hey All-

Looking for the latest space buzz to take with you and download on your iPod? If so, then "Astronomy A Go-Go" is space...on the go!

From Washington State, this site provides -- daily -- a little sound file you can download to hear today's "Astronomy A Go-Go" episode, and you can download it to your iPod or other sound player device and take it with you on the go!


This is a link to a "podcast," which is like a Web version of a radio news show; you go to the podcast Website, and the podcast site has a new sound file posted each day with the show's content. Then you can download the sound file to either listen to on your computer, or download a bunch of sound files from different days, and listen to them on your iPod or other portable sound device -- hence the name, "(i)Pod broadcast," i.e. "podcast."

Check out the latest episode: Episode #8: Find Saturn and the "Woman in the Moon"


Brian Hart
Astrophysics Grad Student, UC Irvine

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