Posts Tagged ‘solar astronomy’

Stephen Ramsden Visits the Pirates – and London!

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Cak Eruption, Solarastronomy.orgIf you couldn’t tune-in to last night’s Space Pirates radio, you’ll want to listen to the recorded version below, to hear all the fun that you missed! Special guest Stephen Ramsden, of Solarastronomy.org, chats with hosts Marty and Diane about the longest Calcium K prominence ever recorded, solar outreach in the UK, his Star Trek marathon, re-connecting with each other, and much more!

Space Pirates Getting HOT, HOT, HOT!

Sunday, August 10th, 2014
Solar prominence, imaged by NASA's SDO

Solar prominence, imaged by NASA’s SDO

Join us on Wednesday, Aug 13, at 9pm ET (Thursday 0100 UTC) for a “sun-tastic” edition of Space Pirates, featuring Solar Astronomy’s Stephen Ramsden! Hosts, Marty and Dianne, will chat with Stephen about our planet’s very own star, Solar Astronomy’s incredible outreach, the latest solar viewing equipment, and how you can safely observe the Sun up-close and even capture detailed images. We’ll also have the AFM chatroom open, so that you can join the conversation with your own comments and questions!