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Sep 10, 2018

Dr Jen and Chris KP join Dr Shane in the studio.
First guest is Dr. Naomi Mathers, Deputy Chair at the Space Industry Association of Australia. Dr Mathers has been involved in the Australian space industry for 20 years, having worked at Australia’s national space environmental test facility (AICT) testing Australian satellites, and the Victorian Space Science Education Centre (VSSEC) helping promote space science to Australian students. 
Second guest Dr Rachael Livermore, ARC DECRA Fellow, from the School of Physics at the University of Melbourne. With the launch of the Hubble Telescope replacement, the James Webb Telescope, pushed back 3 years by NASA, University of Melbourne astronomer Rachael Livermore explains why she and her colleagues understand the space agency’s controversial decision and is available for interview today.
Third guest is Anne Steinemann, Professor of Civil Engineering, Chair of Sustainable Cities from the Dept of Infrastructure Engineering at the University of Melbourne. Nearly all fragranced baby products and essential oils (both regular and "green") emit chemicals classified as hazardous, with no significant difference between the regular and green products. No law requires disclosure of all ingredients in a consumer product in Australia, or of any ingredients in a mixture called “fragrance".