Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Episode 42 - Moon bouncing with Julia DeMarines

Released: 11 December 2019
Duration: 48 minutes, 30 seconds

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Julia DeMarines
Co-hosts Daniela DePaulis and Paul Carr welcome Julia DeMarines (@LifeNSpace) to talk about Berkeley SETI, and Daniela has used moonbounce in her art projects, including Cogito.
bouncing radio signals off the moon. Julia is involved in a moon bounce research project for
We also get into a discussion of METI, and the importance of message composition to humans.

Guest bio:

Julia DeMarines is an Astrobiologist and science communicator working at the UC Berkeley SETI Research Center and with Blue Marble Space. She is a 2019 National Geographic Explorer and 2018 Grosvenor Teacher Fellow, and a 2019 AGU Voices for Science advocate.  Her research involves detecting life in the Universe through biosignatures and technosignatures and the ethics of sending powerful, intentional messages into space. She is passionate about inspiring the next generation of scientists and  teaches to underserved students around the world through the Ad Astra Academy. Julia also runs her own outreach events called  “Space in Your Face!” – a space variety show involving comedy, local artists, and cover songs. 
Twitter: @LifeNspace
Instagram: @mote_of_dust
Facebook: @JuliaDeMarines


Sullivan (1979), Radio leakage and eavesdropping
Sullivan and Knowles(1985), Lunar Reflections of Terrestrial Radio Leakage.
DeMarines+ (2019), Observing the Earth as a Communicating Exoplanet
The One Earth Message
The LUVOIR telescope
The HabEx Observatory
HawkEye 360
David Grinspoon's appearances on this podcast: first, second, third.
Andrew Siemion's appearances: first, second.

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Co-hosts: Daniela DePaulis and Paul Carr
Producer: Paul Carr
Music: DJ Spooky, Jason Robinson, George Hrab
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