From the smallest bits of the atom comes the understanding of the furthest reaches of the universe. Fasten your seat belts as we head into deep space! UW Astronomy and Physics Professor Ellen Zweibel joins Perpetual Notion Machine host Patrick Sajbel to delve into intergalactic astrophysics, dark matter and detection of cosmic rays at the […]
(WORT) — UW-Madison Astronomy scholars Jenna Ryon and Anna Williams tell us about Mercury’s pencil lead crust.
(WORT) — UW-Madison Astronomy students Arthur Eigenbrot and Jenna Ryon have news on the first 3D printer in space, as well as details on Hitomi, a new X-Ray telescope launched by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.
(WORT) — For the first time in human history, a flower has bloomed in space.
MADISON (WORT) — UW-Madison’s Jacqueline Goldstein and Arthur Eigenbrodt check out the stunning Perseid Meteor shower, raining down in a sky near you.
MADISON (WORT) — Astronomers know that Earth is around 4.6 billion years old, but how exactly do they determine the age of other planets, not to mention stars?