Radio Astronomy: Cassini and the Moons of Saturn
The Cassini Mission to the outer solar system has yielded yet more information about the planet Saturn, its moons, and its rings. Today, Julie and Zach talk about some of […]
Radio Astronomy: An Exoplanetary Oddity
Join Dan and Zach today to learn what could possibly cause a star’s light to dim by a whopping 80 percent.
Radio Astronomy: Occultation of Sirius
Sirius gave up its number 8 spot on the list of brightest objects the other night–but only for a couple seconds. Why?
UW IceCube Observatory Discovers Source of Neutrinos
This week on Radio Astronomy, hosts Brianna Smart and Zach Pace break down the discovery of the source of neutrinos. The source of these tiny, neutral, almost massless particles has […]
Possibility of living organisms on the red planet
Radio Astronomy hosts Aaron Lopez and Zach Pace have more on what new findings mean for the possibility of finding living organisms on the red planet. Some scientists believe that there, […]
Hydrogen cloud found in Whirlpool Galaxy
Radio Astronomy hosts Zach Pace and Brianna Smart share why UW-Madison researchers were in southern Arizona to do some research. Aaron Watkins from Case Western Reserve University was looking at the […]
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