Beth Johnson Archive
Dec 20th: Atmospheric Results from JWST: Carbon Dioxide, Methane, and More

Dec 13th: The Slow-Spinning Star Mystery

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An enigmatic cosmic entity has been consistently beaming radio waves to Earth every 22 minutes for over three decades, perplexing the scientific community. Identified as GPM J1839−10, this celestial body is believed to be a fading star emitting energy from its poles. More on today’s podcast with SETI

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Dec 20th: Atmospheric Results from JWST: Carbon Dioxide, Methane, and More

Nov 29th: Planetary Protection, Mars and the Search for Life

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Today SETI Live discuss about the implications and potential scientific impacts on increased activity on Mars, specifically, human-crewed missions. How will the presence of people on Mars affect the search for past or present life and what planetary protection measures will be required to protect the integrity of scientific research as well as life here on Earth when crews return? 

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