(WORT) — Space X just accomplished no ordinary feat. The private spaceflight company successfully returned the first stage booster of an orbital rocket to Earth landing it vertically on its tail. UW-Madison Astronomers Arthur Eigenbrot and Jenna Ryon are live in the studio to tell you all about it.
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(WORT) — For the first time in human history, a flower has bloomed in space.
(WORT) — Ever since Pluto was demoted to a dwarf planet, our solar system has official contained eight planets. But recently, evidence of a ninth planet hiding in the outer […]
(WORT) — Even a blizzard can’t stop historic research being done by NASA.
(WORT) — UW-Madison’s Arthur Eigenbrot and Jacqueline Goldstein tells us all the recent launch of ExoMars by the European Space program.
(WORT) — Jacqueline Goldstein speaks to UW grad student Erin Boettcher about her research into the gas structure in spiral galaxies similar to our Milky Way.
(WORT) — This week, Anna Williams and Ben Rosenwasser tell us about galaxy evolution.
(WORT) — Ben Rosenwasser talks with fellow UW grad student Stephen Pardy about creating computer simulations of satellite galaxies around the Milky Way.
(WORT) — Anna Williams is in studio with John Chisholm to talk about his research on galactic outflows.
(WORT) — UW Astronomer scholars Anna Williams and Jacqueline Goldstein tell us about a newly-discovered planet that is straight out of science fiction.