Astrophiz 58: Dr. Jessie Christiansen ‘Flying with TESS to a billion planets’



Astrophiz 58 Dr Jessie Christiansen ~ Flying with @NASA_TESS to a billion planets
Today our feature interview is with Dr Jessie Christiansen who started out in rural Queensland in Australia and is now a NASA Staff Scientist and working on exoplanet discovery with the just-launched TESS Mission. Follow @aussiastronomer on Twitter
For Astrophotographers & Observers:
University toxicology lecturer, amateur astronomer and astrophotographer Dr Ian Musgrave of Astroblogger fame,  will tell us ‘What’s Up Doc? Whats up in the evening, night and morning skies for the next two weeks, and in ‘Ian’s Tangent’ we hear about how lasers are used in astronomy.
In the news:
1.The just-launched relay satellite for the Chang’e 4 lunar mission to the ‘dark side’ of the moon.
2.A new hypothesis to explain repeating FRBs
3.An exciting supernova discovery live during the ABC/BBC Stargazing show.
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