The Planck Space Telescope looks at the oldest light in the Universe: the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB). What can it tell us about about how space itself evolved?
Search Results for: radio astronomy
The Ice Cube Neutrino Telescope run by the UW Physics Department has recently made discoveries that shed more light on mysterious dark matter!
This week we hear from Arthur, who is on an observing run at Kitt Peak National Observatory just outside Tucson, Az. What is life like for Astronomers when they’re up […]
Tonight we’re talking all about the weather, Space Weather! We talk about how the Sun influences the space around Earth and take a look at the aurora forecast for the […]
The Planets series starts with the closest planet to the Sun; Mercury!
The Planets series continues with Venus, Earth’s hot and vicious neighbor.
Tonight on The Planets we discuss our home planet. How did Earth form? How do we know how old it is? Where did the oceans come from? Listen in to […]
Win a vacation to Mars when you pledge during the 2013 Summer Pledge Drive!
Planet features continue with Jupiter, the largest planet in the Solar System!
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!