Podcaster: Host : Fraser Cain ; Guest : Dr. Sean Carroll, Dr. Paul M. Sutter, Dr. Morgan Rehnberg & Dr. Kimberly Cartier
Link: Cosmoquest: http://cosmoquest.org
You can watch the video in: http://youtu.be/_Nl9LO6lu24
Description: This week we have a Special Live Edition of Weekly Space Hangout from the AC500 Weekend in front of a live audience at Recess Brewing in Edwardsville, IL.
- Strange Ice Spikes in Europa
- Problems with Hubble’s Gyro
- Blue Origins
- Masters of the light. A Nobel Prize in Physics for a woman!
- Can moon has moons?
Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )
Special Guest: Dr. Sean Carroll is a blogger, author, and theoretical physicist at Caltech where he investigates dark matter/dark energy, modified gravity, and multiple other topics in cosmology, field theory, and gravitation.
In addition to having written several books (most recently “The Big Picture”, Sean has recorded lecture courses for The Great Courses, as well as producing many other online video and audio lectures.
You can lean more about Sean on his webpage: https://www.preposterousuniverse.com/
Dr. Paul Matt Sutter ( http://www.pmsutter.com/ & @PaulMattSutter )
Dr. Morgan Rehnberg ( http://cosmicchatter.org/ & @MorganRehnberg )
Dr. Kimberly Cartier ( http://KimberlyCartier.org @AstroKimCartier)
Today’s sponsor: Big thanks to our Patreon supporters this month: Helge Bjorkhaug, Brett Duane, Joseph J. Biernat, Nik Whitehead, Timo Sievänen, Noel Ruppenthal, Steven Jansen, Casey Carlile, Phyllis Simon Foster
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