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For someone who likes learning about astronomy what are the blogs and/or podcasts that I should be following?

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Community wiki? – Warrick Mar 22 '12 at 16:05
I enjoy Neil degrasse Tyson's Star Talk Radio, but it's more for entertainment value than educational content. Thought I'd mention it just the same. – David H Jan 2 '13 at 21:10

Here are some of the ones I enjoy

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there are three web pages that I think are very good websites in terms of astronomy:

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If you are in the UK there is a list on the Astronomy Clubs website:

Astronomy Podcasts

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