(WORT) — The Radio Astronomy crew from UW-Madison talks about seeing black holes with regular ol’ telescopes.
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This week Radio Astronomy travels to West Virginia to learn about a hyper-accurate telescope.
This week on Radio Astronomy, Anna Williams and Zach Pace discuss volcanoes found throughout the solar system – on planets, moons, and even asteroids! Learn more here: http://www.astronomy.com/news/2017/03/volcanoes-in-space
(WORT) — The Radio Astronomy crew unravels the story of missing electrons, meteor dust, and the mysterious D-region ledge.
(WORT) — The Radio Astronomy crew is live in the studio to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity.
(WORT) — Jacqueline Goldstein welcomes Zach Pace to the Radio Astronomy crew. He tells us about his research observing gas to discover new insight into galactic genealogy.
The newest, largest survey of the visible universe has hit a critical milestone with the deployment of a huge spectrograph at the 4-meter Mayall telescope at Kitt Peak in Arizona. […]
MADISON (WORT)– Big news out of NASA this week! Water has been discovered on Mars, opening a world of possibilities on the Red Planet. Radio Astronomy‘s Jacqueline Goldstein and Jenna Ryon tell us all about it.
This week on Radio Astronomy, Erin Boettcher and Zach Pace discuss a supernova that appeared 55 million light years away in the spiral galaxy NGC 5643. A type 1a supernova […]
(WORT) — The Radio Astronomy crew looks at the legacy of Henrietta Swan Leavitt and her work researching Cepheid Variable stars. Leavitt’s story was just told at the Overture Center by Forward Theater Company.