On tonight’s pledge drive edition of the Perpetual Notion Machine, we’re pleased to have Jacqueline Goldstein, one of the producers of WORT’s Radio Astronomy, as our guest. She’s a third […]
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This week on Radio Astronomy, Jacqueline Goldstein and Anna Williams discuss The Real and Underestimate Matter of Planet Protection (TRUMPP): asteroid impacts and what plans different groups are making to […]
This week on Radio Astronomy, Zach Pace and Melissa Morris talk about a recent discovery of a white dwarf star with an evaporating planet orbiting it.
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. […]
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 […]
What do gamma ray bursts and gold have in common? Join Andrew Nine and Zach Pace today on Radio Astronomy to find out!
What makes something a moon or a planet? Learn more on this week’s episode of Radio Astronomy!
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.
MADISON (WORT) — University of Wisconsin Astronomy students Arthur Eigenbrodt and Anna Williams are live in the studio to throw down some knowledge about everyone’s favorite non-planet Pluto,
Sirius gave up its number 8 spot on the list of brightest objects the other night–but only for a couple seconds. Why?