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By Richard B. Drumm on April 27, 2019 in
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The South Pole is a hostile environment; it’s a frozen desert but for the last 8 years, scientist try to look for this answers: What shoots beams of tiny, almost undetectable particles at Earth?

By Paul M. Sutter on June 14, 2018 in
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Why do YOU care about neutrinos? Can neutrinos be used for rockets? more on today’s Space radio at #365daysofastro with @PaulMattSutter.

By The Adler Planetarium on September 25, 2009 in
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Date: September 25, 2009 Title: Modern Telescopes and Observation Techniques Podcaster: Demi, Mark Webb, and Dr. Mark Subbarao of the Adler Planetarium Organization: Adler Planetarium www.adlerplanetarium.org/podcasts Description: From the Hubble Space Telescope to the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, how are we looking at the night sky today? Bio: The Adler Planetarium — America’s First Planetarium […]

By Wayne Harris-Wyrick on August 5, 2009 in
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Date: August 5, 2009 Title: What Do We See When We Look Up? Podcaster: Wayne Harris-Wyrick Organization: Oklahoma City Astronomy Club and Kirkpatrick Planetarium. Check out their website. Description: What do we detect when we look into space? Very little, actually. Almost all of what we know about the Universe comes from analysis of a […]

By Maureen Teyssier on June 1, 2009 in
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Date: June 1, 2009 Title: Supernovae Podcaster: Maureen Teyssier Organization: Columbia Astronomy http://outreach.astro.columbia.edu Description: Supernovae are the largest explosions in our Universe today. Not only have they helped us understand the Universe, but they play a crucial role in it. Bio: Maureen Teyssier is a Ph.D. candidate at Columbia University. Her undergraduate degree is a […]