Radio Astronomy: DESI First Light
The newest, largest survey of the visible universe has hit a critical milestone with the deployment of a huge spectrograph at the 4-meter Mayall telescope at Kitt Peak in Arizona. […]
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!
Radio Astronomy: Hot Subdwarf Pulsators
When do stars not follow the rules? When those stars have friends! Join Andrew Nine and Zach Pace for a quick taste of some stellar pulsation astrophysics!
Radio Astronomy: NASA Dragonfly Probe
NASA is sending a dual-rotor helicopter probe to Titan, a moon of Saturn. If this doesn’t make you click, we’re not sure what will.
Radio Astronomy: Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star?
Do stars really twinkle? And if so, why?
Radio Astronomy: More About the Event Horizon Telescope
Last week, Diego and Andrew hinted of an upcoming announcement that astronomers had imaged the immediate vicinity of a black hole. We figured it would be the black hole at […]
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