(WORT) — Last week, the LISA Pathfinder was launched and is now testing new technologies to detect gravitational waves.
(WORT) — The Radio Astronomy crew looks at the legacy of Henrietta Swan Leavitt and her work researching Cepheid Variable stars. Leavitt’s story was just told at the Overture Center by Forward Theater Company.
(WORT) — The Martian moon Phobos is being ripped apart by the red planet.
(WORT) — NASA has possibly found two ice volcanoes on Pluto! UW Astronomers Jenna Ryon and Anna Williams tell us more about this oh so cold discovery.
(WORT) Is a distant, oddly flickering star a form of extraterrestrial communication? UW Astronomy students Jacqueline Goldstein and Jenna Ryon are live in the studio to tell us more…
MADISON (WORT) — The Nobel Prize for Physics was recently given to scientists researching neutrino oscillations. Turns out, subatomic particles have mass! To better understand this groundbreaking research, we turn to UW-Madison astronomers Arthur Eigenbrodt and Jenna Ryon.