SOME ITEMS BROADCAST DURING 1995

LECTURES
taped by Andrew Rennie

BROADCAST
DATE
LECTURERTOPIC
Feb 1 John Young
NASA Astronaut
Houston
From Apollo to Mars. Past, Current and Future space projects. Recorded at Public Lecture, Canberra.
Listen or download (20 min 44 s - 19.4 MB)
Mar 8 Rhea Seddon
NASA Astronaut
Houston
Viewing Australia from space and what it tells us about geography. (Recorded at St Catherine's School, Toorak)
Listen or download (44 min 55 s - 42.1 MB)
Mar 15 Duncan Steel
Anglo-Australian Observatory
and
University of Adelaide
Would we be told of an impending asteroid impact? (Recorded at Melbourne University)
Listen or download (1 min 26 s - 1.3 MB)
May 3 John Young
NASA Astronaut
Houston
Extraterrestrial life, UFOs. Recorded at Public Lecture, Canberra.
Listen or Download (1 min 29 s - 1.3 MB)
June 7 Andrew Prentice
Monash University
Clayton
Cosmology and the Hubble Space Telescope. Recorded at Space Association of Australia, Moorabbin.
Listen or Download (2 min 49 s - 2.6 MB)
June 7 Colin Norman
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore
The Hubble Space Telescope and how it was fixed. Recorded at Melbourne University, Melbourne.
NOTE: This speaker was peripatetic, so audio quality was barely broadcastable.
Listen or Download (20 min 0 s - 18.7 MB)
June 7 Duncan Steel
Anglo-Australian Observatory
and
University of Adelaide
Justifying astronomy. Recorded at Melbourne University, Melbourne.
Listen or Download (2 min 10 s - 2.0 MB)
Jun 14 Duncan Steel
Anglo-Australian Observatory
and
University of Adelaide
Double Asteroid Toutatis. Recorded at Melbourne University, Melbourne.
Listen or Download (2 min 24 s - 2.2 MB)
Jul 5 Andrew Prentice
Monash University
Clayton
Describing Colin Norman. Recorded at Space Association of Australia, Moorabbin.
Listen or Download (1 min 22 s - 1.2 MB)
Jul 12 Rhea Seddon
NASA Astronaut
Houston
Experience of spaceflight, observing environmental degradation from space. (Recorded at St Catherine's School, Toorak)
Listen or download (6 min 38 s - 6.2 MB)
Jul 12 Colin Norman
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore
The Hubble Constant, dark matter. Recorded at Melbourne University, Melbourne.
NOTE: This speaker was peripatetic, so audio quality was barely broadcastable.
Listen or Download (7 min 58 s - 7.4 MB)
Aug 2 Andrew Prentice
Monash University
Clayton
Formation of Solar System, refuting ideas of Ben Zuckerman. Recorded at Space Association of Australia, Moorabbin.
Listen or Download (15 min 0 s - 14.0 MB)
Aug 9 Carl Meade
NASA Astronaut
Houston
The SAFER astronaut backpack for spacewalks. Recorded at Melbourne University, Melbourne.
* Introduction by Alison Couts, Engineering Graduate, now employed by Telecom Listen or Download (4 min 14 s - 3.9MB)
* Part One Listen or Download (13 min 28 s - 12.6 MB)
* Part Two Listen or Download (21 min 31 s - 20.1 MB)
Oct 4 Paul Scully-Power
Oceanographer/Astronaut
USA (ex-Australia)
Astronaut Training. Recorded at Australian International Space School, Sydney.
Listen or Download (14 min 38 s - 13.4 MB)
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Nov 8 Jill Tarter
Project Leader
Project Phoenix
USA
Setting up Parkes Radiotelescope for the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. Recorded at Melbourne University, Melbourne.
Listen or Download (7 min 25 s - 6.9 MB)
Nov 22 Duncan Steel
Anglo-Australian Observatory
and
University of Adelaide
Diverting asteroids. Recorded at Melbourne University, Melbourne.
Listen or download (2 min 06 s - 1.9 MB)

N.B. The dates are the broadcast date, not the date on which they were recorded.