Astronomy.FM Radio (AFM*Radio) is a 24 hour astronomy and general
science streaming internet radio service.

Programs are repeated in 3-hour blocks to better serve time zones
around the globe. (In the past month AFM*Radio has had listeners in
36 countries.) A new broadcast day begins at 0200 GMT each day.

Today we are broadcasting the following shows (times are approximate):

~ "NASA's Night Sky Network / GLOBE at Night" ~
A Citizen-Scientist Program to Measure Night Sky Brightness
Dr. Connie Walker, of the National Optical Astronomy Observatory
(at 0200, 0500, 0800, 1100, 1400, 1700, 2000, 2300 GMT)

~ "This Week in Science" the Kick-Ass Science Show! ~
with Dr. Kiki Sanford and Justin Jackson
(0300, 0600, 0900, 1200, 1500, 1800, 2100, 0000 GMT)
In the show this week: Haitian Earthquake Aftermath, Combo For Remedy,
Rainbow of Planets, Eye Test For Brains, Smart Oil, Big Thinking
Bacteria, Killer Whale Speciation?, And Much More!

~ "365 Days of Astronomy" hosted today by Megan Argo ~
The daily program of the International Year of Astronomy
(0400, 0700, 1000, 1300, 1500, 1800, 2100, 0100 GMT)
Aboriginal art meets modern astronomy.

~ "NASA's Blueshift" ~
Science at the End of the Earth; Part II
(0415, 0715, 1015, 1315, 1515, 1815, 2115, 0115 GMT)
A remote research outpost like McMurdo Station in Antarctica draws
many different kinds of people – scientists, engineers, writers,
artists, and more. The station provides many of the comforts of home,
and it’s difficult to get bored with the opportunities presented
during a visit. Whether it’s learning to drive the special ice-
friendly vehicles or participating in a chili cook-off, visitors often
find themselves embarking on adventures and picking up unusual skills
outside the scope of their own area of expertise.

Tune in at > < Select your favorite audio
player from the top of the page to hear the broadcast.

Thanks for listening!

~ Michael
Radio <at> Astronomy <daht> FM