On this episode of Radio Astronomy, Zach Pace and Jacqueline Goldstein discuss how a fossil meteorite tells astronomers about our early solar system. For more info: http://scitation.aip.org/content/aip/magazine/physicstoday/article/69/8/10.1063/PT.3.3259
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(WORT) — A real-life cosmic Death Star was recently spotted by NASA. The white dwarf star is even destroying a planet!
Erika K. Carlson and Jacqueline Goldstein talk about the Grand Finale of the Cassini’s mission to Saturn. Source: http://www.astronomy.com/news/2017/09/cassini-meets-its-end
(WORT) — The brilliant flash of an exploding star’s shockwave has been captured for the first time in the visible light by NASA’s planet-hunter, the Kepler space telescope.
In this week’s episode of the Perpetual Notion Machine, producer Will Cushman talks to Jim Lattis, of the UW Space Place, about all things eclipse! Jim is an expert on […]
MADISON (WORT) — In this week’s Radio Astronomy, UW-Madison’s Arthur Eigenbrodt and Jenna Ryon tell us about a young Jupiter planet orbiting a nearby star.
On this week’s episode of Radio Astronomy, Zach Pace and Dr. Matt Haffner discuss the Wisconsin H-Alpha Mapper, or WHAM. This telescope has mapped the warm, ionized gas in our Milky […]
MADISON (WORT) — Scientists are still unraveling the discovery of liquid water on Mars. In this week’s Radio Astronomy Segment, UW-Madison astronomers Arthur Eigenbrodt and Jacqueline Goldstein dive into the frozen […]
Erika K. Carlson and Zach Pace talk about an interstellar visitor — the first asteroid we’ve observed pass through our Solar System from elsewhere in the Milky Way galaxy. Source: […]
This week on Radio Astronomy, Erin Boettcher and Jacqueline Goldstein discuss NASA’s Juno mission to Jupiter. Hear about the latest results from the Juno spacecraft, including pictures of the brightest […]