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The Sciences

Live video webcast with LPI Wednesday night!

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitFebruary 7, 2011 9:39 PM

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[UPDATE (Saturday, February 12): the recorded webcast is now online for your viewing pleasure.]

On Wednesday, February 9, at 8:00 p.m. Eastern (US) time (01:00 Thursday morning GMT) I will be participating in a live video webcast with Andrew Shaner of the Lunar and Planetary Institute. We'll be talking about the Moon -- I'm sure the Moon Hoax will be in there, but I have a hard time staying on topic, so I imagine we'll also talk exploration, science, and more. And really, I'm always happy to talk about any astronomy or skeptical topic. This will be a lot of fun, and I hope a bunch of BABloggees will be there. The audience can participate by filling out a brief form and entering their question at the link above. Easy peasy. P.S. Despite the poster, I really don't know where you live. Well, for some of you I do. I won't say who though.

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