Sirius gave up its number 8 spot on the list of brightest objects the other night–but only for a couple seconds. Why?
This week on Radio Astronomy, hosts Brianna Smart and Zach Pace break down the discovery of the source of neutrinos. The source of these tiny, neutral, almost massless particles has […]
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 […]
Where can you find cold lakes that aren’t frozen? Learn about the outer solar system with Zach and Erika today!
How do we know what our Sun will look like at the end of its life, in about 5 billion years? Jacqueline and Erika will describe today some recent observations […]
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 […]