Aug 20, 2016
Welcome specfic family. Step right up to the AntipodeanSF Radio show Leo 1. Just like the Magellanic cloud of last week's show, Leo I is similarly a satellite. It's a dwarf spheroidal galaxy in the constellation Leo. At about 820,000 light-years distant, it is a member of the Local Group of galaxies and is thought to be one of the most distant satellites of the Milky Way.
Here at AntiSF, though, my mission is to get you closer to speculation, and to that end I present two stories this show, one Antipodean, and one Podean.
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