BBC’s new Astronomy-themed programming

2015 promises to be a great year for those interested in astronomy. Rosetta, Dawn and New Horizons will extend our understanding of the solar system. There’s some interesting TV coming up from the BBC too.

Horizon:

March 3rd 2015, 9pm BBC2 – Secrets of the Solar System

March 10th 2015, 9pm BBC2 – Aftershock – The Hunt for Gravitational Waves

March 17th 2015, 9pm BBC2 – Dancing in the Dark – The End of Physics?

Stargazing Live:

March 18th/March 19th/March 20th 2015, live from Jodrell Bank

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About Stuart Squibb

Stuart Squibb is an IT professional and author with over 25 years experience in the industry. His first recollection of coming into contact with a computer is during a maths lesson in high school. The computer in question was a Commodore PET. In his teens he joined the staff of a large chemists, just in time to be part of the UK's micro computer revolution. From there he has worked for education and health establishments, most recently for an NHS Trust.
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