Hear Erin and Jacqueline talk how many galaxies there are in the Universe. We’ve known that it’s a lot – thanks Hubble! And, now we know that’s even more than […]
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Some newly-found and oddly-shaped stars are pumpkin like.
On this episode, Jacqueline Goldstein and Zach Pace talk about starquakes and exoplanets.
Diego Casanova and Erin Boettcher talked about a gap in the observed mass of black holes. This gap corresponds to black holes with a mass between 10,000 to 100,000 times […]
Diego Casanova and Jacqueline Goldstein discuss a recent survey indicating that the satellite galaxies orbiting the Milky Way may not resemble those orbiting other Milky Way like galaxies. Yale University. […]
Jacqueline Goldstein discusses a ground breaking discovery involving gravitational waves and gold. http://news.mit.edu/2017/ligo-virgo-first-detection-gravitational-waves-colliding-neutron-stars-1016
Ring around the dwarf planet! Erika K. Carlson and Diego Casanova discuss scientists’ discovery of a ring around the dwarf planet Haumea in the outer Solar System. Source: http://www.planetary.org/blogs/jason-davis/2017/20171011-haumea-has-a-ring.html
Jacqueline Goldstein and Erika K. Carlson talk about what our Sun might look like near the end of its life, and how a recent photograph of the surface of an […]
Jacqueline Goldstein talk’s about Hawking Radiation in honor of the late Stephen Hawking, the world renown theoretical physicist, popular scientists, and disability activist who died last week on March 14th. […]