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ALMA Adventure--Complete Interviews With Planetary Radio Guests

Posted by Mat Kaplan

26-03-2013 12:33 CDT

Topics: podcasts and videos, interview, Planetary Radio, extrasolar planets, stars and galaxies, radio telescopes, astronomy, solar system formation, spectroscopy

It has only been a week-and-a-half since I returned from Chile, but my wonderful time spent at the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) already seems like it happened a month ago.  Listening to these conversations with four of the terrific people featured on parts one and two of our Planetary Radio coverage has helped put me back in that special place.

There is so much more to these interviews than I was able to include in the shows.  I hope you'll find them as enjoyable as I did.  You may also want to check out my photo album and the six minute video I shot at ALMA.

Denis Barkats, ALMA System Astronomer

Stuartt Corder, ALMA Commissioning and Science Verification Project Scientist

Alison Peck, National Radio Astronomy Observatory

Ewine van Dishoeck, University of Leiden Astrochemist

President Sebastian Pinera of Chile--English Translation of ALMA Inauguration Speech

ALMA Radio Telescope Dish

Mat Kaplan

ALMA Radio Telescope Dish
 
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