May 21st: Variable Star Rhythms, Europa’s Plumes, Pluto’s Haze & Dr. Catherine Johnson

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Podcaster: Dr. Pamela Gay

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Title: The Daily Space – Variable Star Rhythms, Europa’s Plumes, Pluto’s Haze & Dr. Catherine Johnson

Organization: Astronomy Cast

Link: http://www.astronomycast.com

Description: Join us today as we talk about one of my favorite areas of research, pulsating stars, and how researchers have used data from NASA’s TESS mission to understand them. We also look at new evidence for watery plumes erupting from Jupiter’s moon Europa. And finally, we discuss how the SOFIA observatory has found clues for why Pluto’s atmospheric haze continues to exist.

Bio: Dr. Pamela Gay is a Senior Scientist at Planetary Science Institute and a Director of  CosmoQuest.

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