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Fraser
2007-Jul-23, 03:00 PM
We've discussed star formation in the past, but now we wanted to talk about the different kinds of stellar nurseries we see across the Universe. We know where our Sun came from because we can look out and see different stellar neighborhoods at every stage of development. It takes a village of gas and dust to raise a star.

<strong><a href="http://media.libsyn.com/media/astronomycast/AstroCast-070723.mp3">Episode 46: Stellar Nurseries (13.1MB)</a></strong><br />&nbsp;<br />

Read the full blog entry (http://www.astronomycast.com/star-formation/episode-46-stellar-nurseries/)

SingleDad
2007-Jul-24, 05:19 AM
Thanks a lot guys. My daughter asked me just Friday where and how stars were born. Now we know!

:BTW for some reason my ITunes is running a week behind. It want download this until next monday.
I have it set to download everyday, and downloads my other podcast fine. It statered we you
the week before the survey came. I doun't know if something changed on you end or mine.

Galaxy
2007-Jul-27, 06:27 AM
Thanks a lot guys. My daughter asked me just Friday where and how stars were born. Now we know!

:BTW for some reason my ITunes is running a week behind. It want download this until next monday.
I have it set to download everyday, and downloads my other podcast fine. It statered we you
the week before the survey came. I doun't know if something changed on you end or mine.

SingleDad, can you try unsubscribing and re-subscribing to the podcast in iTunes? Sometimes that helps.

If you're still having trouble, send us an email - info(at)astronomycast.com We'll do our best to help you out.

Rebecca B-F
Astronomy Cast
Assistant Producer

SingleDad
2007-Aug-01, 04:21 AM
that was the first thing I thought of, but if didn't work. What did work for me was to reinstall ITunes over my current install, and let it re-update. It's working great now. Thanks =D