Diego Casanova and Erin Boettcher talked about a gap in the observed mass of black holes. This gap corresponds to black holes with a mass between 10,000 to 100,000 times […]
On August 21st, a solar eclipse will be visible across North America. Hosts Jacqueline Goldstein and Erin Boettcher discuss how the solar eclipse is seen as an opportunity for a […]
The Sun’s Sibling
This week on Radio Astronomy, Jacqueline Goldstein and Erin Boettcher discuss the birth of stars from stellar nurseries: large, dusty, gaseous clouds in which young stars condense and form.
Juno – A New Look at Jupiter
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 […]
A New Type 1a Supernova
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 […]
Way more galaxies!
Hear Erin and Jacqueline talk how many galaxies there are in the Universe. We’ve known that it’s a lot – thanks Hubble! And, now we know that’s even more than […]