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365 Days of Astronomy to Continue in 2011!

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

19-10-2010 12:48 CDT

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The award-winning 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is announcing today that the project will continue for yet another year -- its third year -- and is now accepting sign-ups for participants for another 365 podcasts in 2011. To sign up, send an email to signup@365daysofastronomy.org! Anyone who has anything to explain about space is welcome.

I was one of the organizers of this podcast in its first year but had to step aside when my second baby was on the way; I'm happy to see it's going so strong. I still do a few podcasts a year, and I've found that whenever they air I get feedback from a lot of people who didn't know about my blog before; this podcast is a great way to reach a different audience. I have two more coming up this year, on November 17 and December 27, and it seems it's now time for me to sign up to do a few more!

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