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During my fourth year working at Dragon*Con, I celebrated my first visit to the Atlanta Skeptics Star Party with Nicole Gugliucci. Nicole is a graduate student at the University of Virginia, who works at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory and engages in hands-on outreach with elementary school children through a program called “Dark Skies, Bright Kids”.

At a party where Nicole demonstrated models of exploding meteors and Dr Pamela Gay and Dr Phil Plait lectured, I conducted this interview for the 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast. Her site is ‘One Astronomer’s Noise’, at

Podcasts By Nicole Gugliucci on the 365 Days of Astronomy:

June 7th, 2010: Dark Skies, Bright Kids

February 6th, 2010: Expanding an Already Very Large Array

May 5th, 2009: Seeing the Universe in a Whole New Light

April 2nd, 2009: Searching for Distant Hydrogen from the Australian Outback

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