SOME ITEMS BROADCAST DURING 1994

LECTURES
taped by Andrew Rennie

BROADCAST
DATE
LECTURERTOPIC
Jan 26Bill Clinton
President
United States of America
Washington DC
State of the Union address - missiles, space station, information superhighway.
FebDavid Allen
Astronomer
Anglo-Australian Telescope
Ryde
Sydney
Observing the surface of Venus using ground-based infrared sensors. Recorded at Astronomical Society of Victoria, Melbourne.
Listen or download (8 min 4 s - 7.5 MB)
Apr 16Charlie Duke
former NASA Astronaut
and
Missionary
USA
His experiences on Apollo 16, his Christian experiences. Recorded at Christian Businessmens function, St Paul's Southern Cross Anglican Church, North Caulfield.
NOTE: The original broadcast was 15 minutes long. That edit of his 55 minute talk, has been erased.
Listen or Download unedited lecture which begins as Duke describes his return to Earth at the end of the Apollo 16 lunar landing mission. (51 min 10 s - 47.9 MB)
Pictures by Helena Binns: Duke and Duke with Andrew Rennie
May 4David Allen
Astronomer
Anglo-Australian Telescope
Ryde
Sydney
Using infrared to study the centres of galaxies. Recorded at Astronomical Society of Victoria, Melbourne.
Listen or download (30 min 47 s - 28.8 MB)
Jun 22Duncan Steel
Astronomer
Anglo-Australian Observatory
and
Adelaide University
Adelaide
Comet Shoemaker-Levy-9, the expected impact effects and planned observations by the Galileo spacecraft (Recorded at Melbourne University).
Listen or Download (7 min 20 s - 6.8 MB)
Jul 6Duncan Steel
Astronomer
Anglo-Australian Observatory
and
Adelaide University
Adelaide
The Clementine mission. Recorded at Melbourne University, Melbourne.
Listen or Download (2 min 24 s - 2.2 MB)
July 20Mike Dinn
Director (retired)
Canberra Deep Space
Communication Complex
Tidbinbilla
Announcement of retirement as Director. Recorded at Apollo 11 Anniversary function, Canberra.
Listen or Download (47 s - 0.6 MB)
July 20John Young
NASA Astronaut
Houston
Will Congess continue supporting the Space Station? Response to a question from The Space Show. Recorded in Canberra.
Listen or Download (2 min 18 s - 2.1 MB)
Aug 4David Allen
Astronomer
Anglo-Australian Telescope
Ryde
Sydney
The Spiral Arms of the galaxy. Recorded at Astronomical Society of Victoria, Melbourne.
Listen or download (2 min 34 s - 2.4 MB)
Aug 31Jeffrey Kennett
Premier of Victoria
and
Don Haywood
State Minister for Education
and
Gail Jennings
Science Journalist
ABC Television

Melbourne

Launch of the Directorate of School Education's Interactive Satellite Television network. Recorded at launch function, Melbourne.
September 7John Young
NASA Astronaut
Houston
Do astronauts do any homework? Recorded in Canberra.
Listen or Download (1 min 17 s - 1.2 MB)
Oct 19Dorothy Pizzey
Principal
St Catherines School
Toorak
Melbourne
Introduction of visiting NASA astronaut Rhea Seddon. Recorded at Press Conference, Toorak.
Listen or Download (1 min 48 s - 1.7 MB)
Oct 19Rhea Seddon
NASA Astronaut
Houston
Her visit to Melbourne, her experiences as an astronaut, female role model. Recorded at Press Conference, Toorak, with many questions by A. Rennie and K. Doolan
Listen or Download (30 min 27 s - 28.5 MB)
Oct 26Duncan Steel
Astronomer
Anglo-Australian Observatory
and
Adelaide University
Adelaide
Impact cratering on Moon, Earth, Australia, Gaspra, Ida; mass extictions. Recorded at Melbourne University, Melbourne.
Listen or Download (7 min 30 s - 7.0 MB)
Nov 9David Allen
Astronomer
Anglo-Australian Telescope
Ryde
Sydney
Does the Milky Way Galaxy have an exact centre? Recorded at Astronomical Society of Victoria, Melbourne.
Listen or download (1 min 59 s - 1.8 MB)
Nov 9Jake Garn
former U.S. Senator
and
NASA Astronaut
Salt Lake City
What you can see from the Shuttle, launch sites, hobbies, the Orient Express, NASA budget, Apollo astronauts, momentos flown on Shuttle, community service in Utah, art and music. Recorded at Church Function, Melbourne.
Listen or Download Response to questions (23 min 57 s - 22.4 MB)
Listen or Download Introduction and prayer (7 min 42 s - 7.2 MB)
Nov 30Duncan Steel
Astronomer
Anglo-Australian Observatory
and
Adelaide University
Adelaide
Comets - numbers of, nature of, orbits, risks to Earth, impact effect. Recorded at Melbourne University, Melbourne.
Listen or Download (9 min 50 s - 9.2 MB)
Dec 23John Young
NASA Astronaut
Houston
Apollo 16. Recorded at Public Lecture, Canberra.
Listen or Download Introduction by Mike Dinn (3 min 41 s - 3.4 MB)
Listen or Download (19 min 1 s - 17.8 MB)
Photos by Helena Binns of Young with Space Association Members in Melbourne. View