A lunar lesson with Selwyn Holland

Learning about the Moon in the week of the full moon before Easter. Science and maths educator Selwyn Holland is our guest fielding questions about the origins of the moon, how it effects the tides, and what explains the changing visibility of the moon from Earth. The below photos of the Moon were all taken by Selwyn from his observatory. Aren’t they marvellous!

Listen to this episode using the audio player above or by podcast via iTunes or Spotify or Stitcher (or search for “Wide Open Air Exchange” on your preferred podcast platform).

A version of this conversation was first broadcast on the radio on 2SER 107.3FM

All of the astrophotography on this site has been provided by the copyright owner, Selwyn Holland, for use on the Wide Open Air Exchange radio and podcast show pages only.

This colourful photo is of Rho Oph

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