Sandy Giles at Wycombe Sound Radio – 13th November 2018

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Continuing his monthly series of chats with Mick Lewis of Wycombe Sound Radio, WAS’s Sandy Giles this month was talking about the use of his new ZWO video camera for taking lunar images. He also fielded a question from a listener recently back from a trip to South America, why could she see more stars in the southern hemisphere that she sees at home – likely because there was less light pollution and atmospheric disturbance. Sandy also discussed the end of one space mission (the Kepler Space Telescope) and the beginning of another (the BepiColombo mission to Mercury).

You can listen to show here: http://listenagain.wycombesound.org.uk/index.php/shows/Afternoons/ and click on, Afternoons_Tuesday 13 November 2018.

Sandy’s next interview will be at 2:00 pm on Tuesday 11th December (106.6 FM).