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Take a fact-based journey through the cosmos. Tune in to hear weekly discussions on astronomical topics ranging from planets to cosmology. Hosted by Fraser Cain (Universe Today) and Dr. Pamela L. Gay (Planetary Science Institute), this show brings the questions of an avid astronomy lover direct to an astronomer. Together Fraser and Pamela explore what is known and being discovered about the universe around us. Astronomy Cast is supported thru patreon.com/AstronomyCast.
 
Un podcast para aficionados a la astronomía contado por sus protagonistas. Entrevistas y conversaciones con astrónomos amateur de referencia para conocer su actividad y trayectoria y aprender de su experiencia. Toda la información de todos los invitados y episodios en www.laesferaceleste.com
 
The Hebridean Dark Skies Festival presents a series of interviews with fascinating people from the worlds of astronomy, psychology, and the arts, exploring our festival themes of winter, darkness and the night sky. The Hebridean Dark Skies Festival is an ambitious annual programme of events taking place each February on the Isle of Lewis, including live music, film, visual art, theatre, astronomy talks, and stargazing. The Hebridean Dark Skies Festival is part-financed by the Scottish Govern ...
 
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So when you think about the world's observatories, I'm sure you're imagining huge telescopes perched atop mountain peaks or space telescopes like Hubble. But you might be surprised to learn that some telescopes are carried high into the atmosphere on board balloons. What can they accomplish?
 
Astronomy Cast Ep. 604: Balloon Astronomy by Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay So when you think about the world's observatories, I'm sure you're imagining huge telescopes perched atop mountain peaks or space telescopes like Hubble. But you might be surprised to learn that some telescopes are carried high into the atmosphere on board balloons. What can …
 
When you think about the world’s observatories, I’m sure you’re imagining huge telescopes perched atop mountain peaks, or space telescopes like Hubble. But you might be surprised to learn that some telescopes are carried high into the atmosphere on board balloons. What can they accomplish? Download MP3 | Show Notes | Transcript Show Notes Cassini a…
 
En el anterior episodio empezamos a conocer la visión científica de la astronomía de josep Ma Drudis y en este la complementamos abordando aspectos más técnicos para conocer sus métodos, equipos y sus preferencias a la hora de abordar los objetivos. Tienes los detalles a las referencias sobre libros, astrofotógrafos, método y demás en https://laesf…
 
Last week we talked about how new telescopes and techniques are allowing astronomers to explore the shortest wavelengths of light. This week, we go to the other end of the electromagnetic spectrum, and explore the longer radio waves which are now accessible to astronomers. Download MP3 | Show Notes | Transcript Show Notes VIDEO: Ep. 602: The New Co…
 
Astronomy Cast Ep. 603: New Colors of the Radio Spectrum by Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay Last week we talked about how new telescopes and techniques are allowing astronomers to explore the shortest wavelengths of light. This week we go to the other end of the electromagnetic spectrum and explore the longer radio waves which are now accessible to as…
 
Last week we talked about how new telescopes and techniques are allowing astronomers to explore the shortest wavelengths of light. This week we go to the other end of the electromagnetic spectrum and explore the longer radio waves which are now accessible to astronomers.
 
En este episodio volvemos a hablar de astrofotografía con mayúsculas, pero de astrofotografia con una mirada científica, una mirada que selecciona los objetivos segun sus características físicas y que investiga para resaltar o descubrir estructuras que emergen por primera vez de objetos fotografiados miles de veces, la mirada de Josep Ma Drudis.…
 
The Earth’s atmosphere protects us from a Universe that’s trying to kill us, but it also blocks our view of the extreme cosmos, like seeing x-rays and gamma radiation. Space telescopes are changing our view of the most extreme events in the Universe. Download MP3 | Show Notes | Transcript Show Notes Introduction to the Electromagnetic Spectrum (NAS…
 
Astronomy Cast Ep. 602: The New Colors of Gamma Rays - Getting Shorter by Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay The Earth's atmosphere protects us from a Universe that is definitely trying to kill us. But it also blocks our view of the entire cosmos, like seeing X-rays and gamma radiation. Space telescopes are changing our view of the most extreme events in…
 
The Earth's atmosphere protects us from a Universe that is definitely trying to kill us. But it also blocks our view of the entire cosmos, like seeing X-rays and gamma radiation. Space telescopes are changing our view of the most extreme events in the Universe.
 
Empezamos con un pequeño homenaje a José Luis Comellas para después, recuperar a la Luna de la mano de Rafa Benavides y acabamos viajando a M13 para conocer una historia de más de 20 años que termina con el descubrimiento de una nueva variable en este lejano cúmulo con Francisco Violat.laesferaceleste.com…
 
Day by day, we’re losing our connection with the night sky. Already 1/3rd of humanity lives in so much light pollution that they can’t see the Milky Way without a drive. And now satellite constellations are adding additional light pollution, even in the darkest skies on Earth. Download MP3 | Show Notes | Transcript Show Notes NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Leav…
 
Astronomy Cast Ep. 601: Unexpected Light Pollution by Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay Day-by-day we're loosing our connection with the night sky. Already one third of humanity lives in so much light pollution that they can't see the Milky Way without a drive. And now satellite constellations are adding additional light pollution, even in the darkest s…
 
Day by day we're loosing our connection with the night sky. Already one third of humanity lives in so much light pollution that they can't see the Milky Way without a drive. And now satellite constellations are adding additional light pollution, even in the darkest skies on Earth.
 
Quien no ha soñado alguna vez en tener un observatorio? Pero un observatorio como los que veíamos en los libros, con una cúpula generosa que albergue un telescopio lo más grande posible. Y quizás tengáis observatorio fijo, lo que no es tan usual es tener un observatorio con una cúpula generosa y un newton de 36 cms que se mueve con una montura de h…
 
Cuando queremos identificar la posición de un objeto en el cielo o cuantificar su brillo y deducir que está pasando en, por ejemplo, ese lejano sol, tomamos nuestras imágenes y las sometemos a unos cuantos clics en alguno de los muchos programas informáticos que existen para esas labores. ¿Pero que procesos se suceden para que podamos obtener esos …
 
El invitado de hoy se define cómo un observador nómada, con todo lo que eso conlleva. Pero como comprobareis, aunque no disponga de un observatorio fijo su epxeriencia y capacidades en electrónica le han llevado a ser un gran observador y conocedor de las características técnicas de toda la cacharreria astronómica. Hablamos de tubos especiales, de …
 
On this episode of UEN Homeroom, things feel a bit different. Jared Covili joins this episode, no longer as a host, but as a guest! Jared left UEN to join Jordan School District. In this episode he speaks on his experience with the changing world of EdTech and what it will look like in the near future.…
 
Today, we gaze into the future of space and astronomy. What upcoming missions and events are we excited about? Download MP3 | Show Notes | Transcript Show Notes The Extremely Large Telescope (ESO) Vera C. Rubin Observatory (LSST) Hypothetical Planet X (NASA) Kuiper Belt (NASA) Trojan Asteroids (Swinburne University) Thirty Meter Telescope Very Larg…
 
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