Why are small stars red? Why are small stars so common? Why are small stars so interesting for the hunt for life?
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Like a team of real-life Indiana Joneses, scientists have explored our galaxy and found a treasure trove of hidden gems.
Why are stars and planets round? Are there any other shapes for the stars and planets?
Did you know there are several types of light? Each one reveals new secrets about the world around us, but only one is visible to our eyes. Luckily, we’ve designed telescopes that can see the Universe in “invisible” light.
Newborn stars are surrounded by “cosmic fog”. Astronomers expected that, the hot stars would “burn” away the cosmic fog. But it doesn’t!
Podcaster: Host : Dr. Pamela Gay ; Guest : Brian Ventrudo Title: Hangoutathon: The Search for the First Stars
Podcaster: Fraser Cain, Alan Boyle, Nancy Atkinson, Dr. Pamela Gay, Dr. Phil Plait, Ian O’Neill, Nicole Gugliucci, Thad Szabo, Emily Lakdawalla (more…)
Date: September 14, 2009 Title: The Starry Night Podcaster: Sayward Duffano Organization: Saywardstudio / ArtLab www.saywardstudio.com Description: A look at how the heavens have inspired artists throughout history. Bio: My name is Sayward Duffano. I live in Gulfport, MS, and am an artist and amateur astronomer. Since seeing The Starry Night when I was 5 […]