RAS Supermassive Podcast: episode four out now!

Science journalist Izzie Clarke in her home studio
RAS Supermassive co-presenter Izzie Clarke in her home studio.
Izzie Clarke / Royal Astronomical Society

Part of our bicentenary celebrations, the RAS Supermassive podcast celebrates the best of astronomy and geophysics.

Join astrophysicist Dr Becky Smethurst and science journalist Izzie Clarke every month to hear about the latest research, the people and discoveries that shaped our sciences, and upcoming events in the night sky.

This month we’re all under the (space) weather as the team explore the solar wind, auroras on other planets and the European Space Agency Satellite that's on its way to the sun, Solar Orbiter.

With special thanks to UCL's Professor Andrew Coates and Dr Lee Macdonald from Oxford's History of Science Museum.

Download episode four for free and let us know what you think! We'd love to see your astrophotos too and hear about the astronomy, space and geophysics projects keeping you busy during lockdown.

Submitted by Robert Massey on Mon, 04/05/2020 - 16:19