On tonight’s pledge drive edition of the Perpetual Notion Machine, we’re pleased to have Jacqueline Goldstein, one of the producers of WORT’s Radio Astronomy, as our guest. She’s a third […]
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Radio Telescope on the moon
Radio Astronomy co-hosts Brianna Smart and Diego Casanova explain why astronomers want a radio telescope on the moon. The hope for the radio telescope is that it will be placed […]
Radio Astronomy: Solar System Categorization and Minimoons
What makes something a moon or a planet? Learn more on this week’s episode of Radio Astronomy!
Supernovae in the Fireworks Galaxy
This week on Radio Astronomy, Jacqueline Goldstein and Zach Pace discuss supernovae in the “Fireworks Galaxy”, NGC 6946. These stellar explosions, which occur at the ends of the lives of massive […]
Radio Astronomy: Asteroid Protection
This week on Radio Astronomy, Jacqueline Goldstein and Anna Williams discuss The Real and Underestimate Matter of Planet Protection (TRUMPP): asteroid impacts and what plans different groups are making to […]
Radio Astronomy: Evaporating Planets
This week on Radio Astronomy, Zach Pace and Melissa Morris talk about a recent discovery of a white dwarf star with an evaporating planet orbiting it.
Radio Astro: the Astro2020 Decadal Survey
On this edition of Radio Astronomy, crewmember Teddy Pena looks at the Astro2020 Decadel Survey. Did you enjoy this story? Your funding makes great, local journalism like this possible. Donate […]
Radio Astronomy: Kilonovas and Cosmic Gold
What do gamma ray bursts and gold have in common? Join Andrew Nine and Zach Pace today on Radio Astronomy to find out!
Kepler Mission Discovers Over a 1,000 New Planets
(WORT) — The Radio Astronomy crew explains the Kepler mission’s confirmation of 1,200 new planets.
(WORT) — The Radio Astronomy Crew is live in the studio to talk about the opposition of Saturn.
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