Astroengine Live Show 12 Now Available in the Archives

A future mission to the Jovian moon Europa could incorporate a life-searching robotic submersible under the icy crust (NASA)

A future mission to the Jovian moon Europa could incorporate a life-searching robotic submersible under the icy crust (NASA)

If you missed the February 25th Astroengine Live, featuring my interview with Dr Richard Greenberg, discussing the release of his book “Unmasking Europa”, this is your chance to listen in. Although I wanted to occupy Dr Greenberg’s entire afternoon with questions about one of Jupiter’s most fascinating moons, I only had 20 minutes, but I think it turned out quite well in the end.

Of course, there was a lot of other subjects besides, including the regular trip to the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast, and a rundown of the movers and shakers of the Carnival of Space and some random thoughts. I think this episode was better than the previous week’s show (#11) that got slammed by the proverbial cricket bat of FAIL when nothing went right. In fact, I am still trying to find the time to assemble the pieces of the audio that got chopped when the laptop, Internet, microphone, earphone, chair, rabbit, desk and brain all conspired against the “Live” part of “Astroengine Live” by taking me off the air more than once. I haven’t even listened to the playback yet, I can’t face it. However, as Jack and I discussed on Paranormal Radio a couple of weeks ago, failure comes with the territory of doing anything live. So what the hell, I’ll keep pushing onwards (and not necessarily upwards)!

Anyway, to tune into Show 12, the “Unmasking Europa” and not-so-technically-inept episode, you can use the radio widget in the top-right hand corner of the Astroengine Live page or tune into iTunes to catch it!

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One response to “Astroengine Live Show 12 Now Available in the Archives

  1. thank you for posting this, I missed your interview but now I will watch as I do not know where can I find the recording.

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