Sep 8, 2018
In This Show:
Four years after I was born into this world, German Astronomer Freimut Börngen discovered Ahert, a Flora rock in the inner regions of the belt, and named it after another astronomer Paul Ahnert, author of the “Annual Calendar Of Astronomical Events”. Ahnert was a great populariser of Astronomy to the general public, so I do have to admit my admiration. Astronomy informs us that we live not just on the Earth, but that we are an integral part of the wider cosmos, and that we are made of starstuff.
Notwithstanding all of that, welcome to the AntiSF Radio Show Ahnert. We’re about to get into one story and part two of our panel discussion about self publishing. So let’s do it.
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