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Dictaphone Blues - Bully
Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus
The Cure - Love Cats
Gambit x Axis - Juggernaut
Scott Mannion - Your Kinda Love
Yowler - Water
DYNAMO DAVE - MACAM7800 3 PART 1 & 2
Hype Williams - Kathy goes 2 Haiti
The Smiths - How Soon Is Now? (12" version)
Franz Ferdinand - Darts Of Pleasure
Randa - Fashion
Jungle Brothers - Doin' Our Own Dang ft De La Soul, Queen Latifah, Q Tip, & Monie Love
Daft Punk - Doin' It Right [Feat. Panda Bear]
Gorillaz - On Melancholy Hill
Spiderbait - Glockenpop
Church of Goya - Carpark Building
Arctic Monkeys - Fake Tales Of San Fransisco
Batu - Marius
Idris Rahman, Leon Brichard, Tom Skinner - Flute song
Shiraz & LSJ - High
Eldridge Holmes - Pop, Popcorn Children
Reb Fountain - Hopeful And Hopeless
Ngaroma - Attach
Smerz - Oh My My
Jonwayne - Blue Green (feat. Low Leaf)

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Spaced Out w/ David Britten: Tuesday 3rd September 2019

030919_Spaced_Out.mp3 mp3, 20.41 MB
Tue 3 Sep 2019

David shares his thoughts on the new Apollo 11 documentary, discusses India's Chandrayaan-2 Moon Orbiter's successful release of the Vikram Lunar Lander, and tells us about what is happening at the Stardome!

Spaced out with David Britten: August 06, 2019

Spaced out with David Britten: August 06, 2019 Spaced out with David Britten: August 06, 2019, 25.38 MB
Tue 6 Aug 2019

David talks about the aurora beams in the South Island and a near miss with our planet.

Spaced out with David Britten: July 23, 2019

Spaced out with David Britten: July 23, 2019 Spaced out with David Britten: July 23, 2019, 27.07 MB
Tue 23 Jul 2019

David talks about the moon landing around the time of its 50th anniversary.

Spaced out with David Britten: June 11, 2019

Spaced out with David Britten: June 11, 2019 Spaced out with David Britten: June 11, 2019, 30.25 MB
Tue 11 Jun 2019

David Britten from The Stardome chats about:

*  NASA chooses private lunar lander companies

*  Commercial visits to ISS announced

*  Cool nebula encircles our black hole

*  Night Sky update - sunset / sunrise

Spaced out with David Britten: May 28, 2019

Spaced out with David Britten: May 28, 2019 Spaced out with David Britten: May 28, 2019, 34.02 MB
Tue 28 May 2019

Spaced out with David Britten: May 14, 2019

Spaced out with David Britten: May 14, 2019 Spaced out with David Britten: May 14, 2019, 27.32 MB
Tue 14 May 2019

David Britten from the Stardome discusses

*  Mars Insight hits a snag

*  Parts scam causes $1 billion Nasa satellite failure

*  Virgin Galactic moving testing to commercial launch site

*  Apollo 11 lander user’s manual for sale

Spaced Out - 30 April 2019

Spaced Out - 30 April 2019 Spaced Out - 30 April 2019, 29.61 MB
Tue 30 Apr 2019

David Britten from the Stardome Observatory gives us the latest space news, including:

*  Canterbury Professor Roy Kerr to be made a Fellow of the Royal Society of London

*  Using asteroids to measure width of stars

*  10 billion trillion asteroids estimated around each star

*  Early morning meteor shower peak 6 May (thanks to the tail of Halley's Comet!)

Spaced out with David Britten: 16 April, 2019

Spaced out with David Britten: 16 April, 2019 Spaced out with David Britten: 16 April, 2019, 31.32 MB
Tue 16 Apr 2019

David Britten talks the boys about;
*  First black hole image
*  Israeli craft crashes on Moon
*  Rocket Lab now also building satellites
*  Largest aircraft first flight
*  Matariki hidden now for 6 weeks
 

Spaced out with David Britten: 2nd April, 2019

Spaced out with David Britten: 2nd April, 2019 Spaced out with David Britten: 2nd April, 2019, 29.43 MB
Tue 2 Apr 2019


David Britten talks about 
*  An April fools prank claiming a 14-year-old found an error in on of Stephen Hawking's famous equations
*  Fossil site has provided evidence for proof of asteroid impact dinosaur demise
*  Camera images light travelling in lab at 10 trillion fps
*  NASA tests for a Mars helicopter flight in a special vacuum
*  Rocket Lab most recent launch is a success