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    Tariq Malik

    Tariq Malik is an astronomy journalist and the Managing Editor for Space.com, which has compiled a large quantity of articles that include mentions of Slooh’s live coverage of celestial events. Mr. Malik most recently came on Slooh’s live show of the total lunar eclipse of 2014, joining us to marvel and converse about eclipses and […]

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    Lindley Johnson

    Lindley Johnson is the NASA Program Executive for the Near Earth Object Observations Program. Recently, he has come on a Slooh show during Asteroid 2002 CU11’s close approach to Earth to talk about the objects near and around our planet. This included a discussion of NASA and Slooh’s partnership to encourage amateurs tracking Near Earth […]

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    Darlene Cavalier

    Darlene Cavalier is an advocate for the public participation in science and science policy. She is the founder of both Science Cheerleader and SciStarter, which both endeavor, in their own ways, to provide the public with a voice in the STEM realm. Ms. Cavalier joined the Slooh team live on our September Full Moon broadcast […]

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    Deborah Byrd

    Deborah Byrd is a science journalist and Editor-In-Chief of EarthSky, a website that serves as an incredible hub of knowledge for the amateur astronomer on upcoming celestial phenomena. She has made guest appearance on multiple Slooh shows, including our coverage of the Orionid Meteor Shower of 2014, where she shared with the Slooh audience the […]

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    Dr. Paul Chodas

    Paul Chodas is the manager of the Near Earth Object (NEO) Program at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). As Asteroid 2004 BL86 made its close approach to Earth in January of 2015, Dr. Chodas came on as a guest for Slooh’s live asteroid tracking special to give Slooh’s audience NASA insight and perspective into this […]

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    Timothy Ferris

    Timothy Ferris is a prominent science writer and best-selling author with a dozen published books. An occasional guest on live Slooh shows, he most recently appeared on Slooh’s coverage of the total lunar eclipse of 2014. He is currently an emeritus professor at the University of California, Berkeley.

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    Matt Francis

    Francis has been a key feed partner with Slooh for over 3 years. He is the director of the Prescott Observatory in Prescott, Arizona which houses a 0.61 meter telescope, a high-mag solar telescope and a Nano lab. He has provided commentary on several broadcast such as the Earth’s Closest Approach to the Sun Broadcast. […]

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    Dr. Mark Boslough

    Dr. Boslough is a member of the technical staff at Sandia National Laboratories and a professor at the University of New Mexico. He appeared on the Moby Dick asteroid broadcast providing a unique take on the effects of asteroid impacts on Earth. Dr. Boslough traveled to Russia to study the effects of potential asteroid impacts […]

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    Dr. Lucie Green

    Dr. Green has joined several Slooh Solar broadcast including Solar Max updates. She offers a relaxed and intuitive approach in explaining complex solar phenomena. She is a solar scientist at the Mullard Space Science Laboratory of the University College London. She also frequently contributes to a host of media outlets including BBC, ITV, and as […]

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    Dr. Duncan Copp

    Dr. Copp has appeared as a guest on several Slooh broadcast such as the Chinese Lunar Landing where he provides an extensive knowledge of the Moon and humanity’s connection with it. He is an accomplished documentary director/producer who is most noted for his role in producing the award winning film In the Shadow of the […]

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