Jul 9, 2021
“Astronomy’s much more fun when you’re not an astronomer.”
COVID-19 has impacted the way people interact for many months.
Especially the way people interact with each other in spaces outside their homes.
What do the air quality scientists have to say about the management of indoor air?
What kind of measurements are significant and important?
Will this pandemic impact the way we do things in HVAC after it subsides?
Steve Pascuzzo, manager of testo’s commercial division, joins us to discuss indoor air quality metrics, with a keen focus on managing the return to schools after COVID-19.
Steve also shares with us his background, career path and his keen intertest in astrophotography and shares with us the 7 unusual features of Oumuamua - the first known interstellar object detected passing through our Solar System.
Here is the link to the ASHRAE guideline for reopening schools and universities as mentioned in the podcast:
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This episode was recorded in January 2021.