In this episode, Brianna Smart and Zach Pace keep their discussion terrestrial and tell us about UW-Madison’s history in studying astronomy. The Washburn observatory was created in 1877. Just a […]
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Do stars really twinkle? And if so, why?
Sirius gave up its number 8 spot on the list of brightest objects the other night–but only for a couple seconds. Why?
On this episode of Radio Astronomy, Diego Casanova and Zach Pace discuss Navy Seals, taking a bath, and what it takes to be an astronaut.
Erika K. Carlson and Zach Pace discuss Saturn’s moon Titan and its lakes of methane and ethane. According to data from the Cassini mission, Titan appears to have a sea […]
With the government shutdown, it’s likely that we will not have access to NASA’s website today. However on Wednesday October 2nd, our host Tim Hansel was joined by James Lattis, who is the director of the UW Space Place, to tell us about Comet ISON and other various astronomy topics.
This week on Radio Astronomy, Zach Pace and Jacqueline Goldstein discuss how astronomers are using the chemical compositions of stars to find out where the stars came from.
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!
What can a big antenna tell us about the very first stars that formed in the universe? Tune in today as Erika and new host Bri describe how an instrument […]
Saturn is up tonight on Radio Astronomy! Listen now!