We have a great guest coming to speak to us about Oumuamua, the intergalactic space traveler that entered our solar system at extremes speeds and quickly moved out of it on a hyperbolic orbit. Though we will never see Oumuamua again, researchers like Dr. Karen Meech are here to tell us the ramifications of its close approach.
Good morning, Ms. Meech
My name is Francis Walsh and I am making a request to interview you for my radio show, Collision Course. Collision Course is primarily focused on current trends in astronomy and the science behind space activity on Revolution Radio @ http://www.freedomslips.com
A preliminary show would focus on your work with Oumuamua. I am, for better or worse, a transient fanatic. I would be so excited to hear your POV on your work tracking this Interstellar Traveler.
Then, if everything was good, maybe you would agree to come back at a later date to talk about KBO activity and hyperbolic orbits!!!!
Ok, I can do Oct 13
Dr. Karen Meech, Grad Chair
Institute for Astronomy
2680 Woodlawn Drive.
Honolulu, HI 96822
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