Apr 7, 2018
G’day folks. Suspend your disbelief. And now that you’ve done that, thanks for joining me here on the AntiSF Radio show Aeolia for your speculative storytime fix. Aeolia somewhere typical, somewhere mainbelt — a rocky thing discovered way back in December 1894 in the Nice Observatory by August Charlois, a man who...
Mar 31, 2018
And this, my friends, is Aenna. Welcome. Thanks for joining me here on the AntiSF Radio Show, in honour today of a rock from the inner regions of the belt that’s about 11 kilometres in diameter. Rock on, I say, and let’s get stuck into the stories, both of them definitely unusual. As we like them, of course.
Mar 24, 2018
Greetings from Aemilia, the latest in our run of large main belt dark objects, this beast discovered by Paul and Henry Prosper back in 1876. Hi, I’m Nuke, your host and editor. Thanks for joining me on Aemilia, slow turning, carbonaceous, and named after an ancient Roman road.
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Mar 17, 2018
Hi fellow specfic lovers and welcome to the AntiSF Radio Show Aegle (eeglee), another large dark body lurking in the belt, belting along at about 17 kilometres per second, taking about 2000 earth days to complete each trip around sol. While you ponder that, I’ll get on with story time. By the way, I’m Nuke, your...
Mar 10, 2018
Ahoy shipmates of planet earth. Hi, I’m Nuke, your host and editor for the AntiSF Radio Show Aegina, a rocky show that’s large and main-belt, dark of surface colour, possibly carbonaceous. Aren’t we all?
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