Summer is here and it is one of the best times of the year to get outside and see the night time sky! Astronomers at UW Madison offer several programs for the public to get involved in night time viewing, including the Universe in the Park program and at the Washburn Observatory. Listen now!
From the center of the Galaxy to the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), Black Holes are one of the most mysterious topics of astronomy and physics. In this clip we discuss some aspects of black holes and why it is difficult to create one in the LHC.
UW Madison Astronomers build new instrument for the 4th edition of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS)
Neptune experiences the highest winds ever recorded in the solar system! How are these winds produced? Does it have something to do with diamond rain? Listen to find out!
What is Uranus made of? Why is Uranus tilted? Can the Radio Astronomers keep a straight face while reporting on Uranus? Listen to find out!
Saturn is up tonight on Radio Astronomy! Listen now!