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Episode 20: 10 big changes in astronomy

In the first episode of the second season, Liz and Sarah, a new partner in crime, take on paradigm shifts in our favorite field.

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Associate Editors Liz Kruesi and Sarah Scoles, the team behind this season's Cosmic Adventures
As you heard in the episode, Bill Andrews moved to Astronomy's sister magazine, Discover, to help with that publication. But the departure allowed Astronomy to add a new member, Sarah Scoles, to the staff. Sarah comes to the magazine from the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, West Virginia, and she and Liz have already bonded over science, hobbies, and their love for their respective dogs (did you catch Sarah's dog, Reva, co-starring with Kara-dog?). Many adventures together are sure to follow.

Questions, comments, or ideas for future episodes? Contact Liz and Sarah at
cosmicadventures@astronomy.com

And be sure to check out more episodes of Cosmic Adventures!


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