Great Britain's Astronomer Royal, Sir Martin Rees

Guest: Sir Martin Rees Great Britain's Astronomer Royal Royal Society Research Professor King's College Cambridge University Cambridge, United Kingdom In the 17th century, King Charles II of England appointed John Flamsteed the first astronomical observator, a title later changed to astronomer royal. Great Britain has an astronomer royal to this day, Sir Martin Rees, and he's the guest in this hour of Science Friday. Join guest host Richard Harris and Dr. Rees for a cosmological conversation about all things astronomical, and about the possibility of multiple universes.

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