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!
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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.
MADISON (WORT) — University of Wisconsin Astronomy students Jenna Ryon and Arthur Eigenbrodt are live in the studio to talk about a gaseous halo around the Andromeda galaxy.
How do we know what our Sun will look like at the end of its life, in about 5 billion years? Jacqueline and Erika will describe today some recent observations of a far-off star thought to be acting similarly to how the Sun will.
Where can you find cold lakes that aren’t frozen? Learn about the outer solar system with Zach and Erika today!
Join Dan and Zach today to learn what could possibly cause a star’s light to dim by a whopping 80 percent.
A fireball lit up Madison’s skies this November! What are meteors, and where do they come from?
MADISON (WORT) — Jenna Ryon and Anna Williams talk about a new pulsar discovered by high school students.
Hear Anna and Zach discuss a frozen lake recently found under the surface of Mars!
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 the latest discoveries!