Zara Dennis has lived a hugely-varied life, and she’s only just getting started. In 2016, Zara combined her passions for science, flying, and teaching, and created a new educational outreach programme known as SciFly. Zara flies to rural schools throughout Australia, spreading the joy that is STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
If you would like to make any suggestions for future episodes of the podcast, or any constructive criticism, please send Dave an email.
Special thanks to Andrew Klapton for providing the fantastic photograph of the Aurora Australis taken from a cemetery; with Andrew’s permission, we are now using this photograph as the podcast’s cover image. Thanks, Andrew!
Carl Gruber is a mechanical engineer-turned-programmer and aurora forecaster. Ian Musgrave takes up his new role as our “astrono-porter” (astronomy reporter) and fills us in on what’s happening in the night sky for the rest of August, 2016.
Dave the grave Hunter will be out of the office from Friday, 15th March 2019 until Thursday, 28th March 2019.
Dave will also be away from Friday, 5th April 2019 until Monday, 29th April 2019.
Any emails, phone calls, or orders placed during these periods will be responded to either during the week commencing 1st April, or in early May 2019.
Please note that Dave most likely won't have internet or phone access during these times.
If you are interested in GPR-SLICE, please note that if you place an order, Dave might not be able to send the software USB key to you until he returns. He definitely won't be able to provide software support during this time, either, but there are plenty of training videos available here: https://www.huntergeophysics.com/gpr-slice-help/
Thanks for your patience. Dismiss