Apr 22, 2017
G’day and welcome to the AntipodeanSF Radio Show A’Hearn, the first in a new series that is still out there, but scales it down some, yet finds some remarkable objects. A’Hearn is a carbonaceous minor from the inner regions of the asteroid belt, measuring about 6 kilometers across. It was discovered by American astronomer Edward Bowell at Lowell's Anderson Mesa Station in Flagstaff, Arizona, on 30 January 1982, and is about twice as far from the sun as Earth, with a year that lasts 1339 days.
We don’t have that long in this show, so it’s down to the stories. Two today, so let’s get into it, and perhaps one of these days somebody will write a story about the A'Hearn object.
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