コペテンナイト

コペテンナイト

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Science Friday

Science Friday and WNYC Studios

Omicron News, COVID Severity Questions, Bird Count. Jan 7 2022, Part 1

Omicron Variant Drives Winter COVID Surge
The United States set a global record this week, recording roughly one million new coronavirus tests in a single day. The current surge in cases is mostly driven by Omicron. The highly contagious variant accounted for about 95% of new cases last week.
And, to top it all off, tests are in short supply, the CDC changed its quarantine guidelines, and some schools have returned to remote learning.
Virologist Angela Rasmussen joins Ira to help make sense of the latest deluge of Omicron news. Rasmussen is a research scientist at VIDO-InterVac, the University of Saskatchewan’s vaccine research institute in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

 
Is Omicron A Less Severe Variant Of COVID-19?
Over the past few weeks, a common refrain has popped up in reports about the Omicron variant of COVID-19: The variant seems to be “less severe” than earlier fo


ESA Explores

European Space Agency

ESA Explores: 100 days to launch with astronaut Matthias Maurer

ESA astronaut Matthias Maurer will soon be launched to the International Space Station for a six-month stay in orbit. In this podcast, he talks about his training, the differences he's found between the Russian and American spacesuits, the role of the new European Robotic Arm (ERA), whether he's packed, science and what he's most looking forward to during his Cosmic Kiss mission.

Note: this episode was recorded just prior to the launch of Russia's new MLM module, which travelled to the Station on 21 July with ERA attached to its back. Matthias is scheduled to launch as a member of Crew-3 in a SpaceX Crew Dragon no earlier than 31 October 2021. 


The bluedot Podcast

bluedot

Plate Up! Live at COP26: Dale Vince, Fay Milton and Claire O’Neill

Recorded live at COP26, A Punk Rock Approach to Solving the Climate Crisis is a special panel talk with Dale Vince, Fay Milton (Savages) and Claire O’Neill (A Greener Festival), hosted by John Robb. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


こずみっくふわっと

Einstein's Cross

「アインシュタインクロス」のうまうまともやしが、ゆるくふわっと宇宙の話をするポッドキャスト。最近話題の天文ニュースや星空情報を高校理科の知識でもわかるように紹介します。家事やお仕事、コーヒーのおともにのんびりお聴きいただけたら嬉しいです。


The 365 Days of Astronomy

365DaysOfAstronomy.org

Weekly Space Hangout - Flashes of Creation by Dr. Paul Halpern: George Gamow, Fred Hoyle, & the Great Big Bang Debate

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Settle the Stars: The Science of Space Exploration

Edgeworks Nebula

Bonus Episode: Shifting Trajectory

Alexander brings a quick announcement about the podcast and some changes he'll be making in the future.


Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

American Astronomical Society

January: Evening Planet Adieu

There’s no better way to start the new year than listening to our monthly Sky Tour astronomy podcast. It’s an informative and entertaining 12-minute guided tour of the nighttime sky.
The post January: Evening Planet Adieu appeared first on Sky & Telescope.


Space Nuts

bitesz.com

Comet Mystery - Solved

Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff.Space Nuts Episode 285 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley •Mystery solved – Why do comets have green heads but not green tails? Fred explains…•Confirmation – a magnetic field been detected on an exo planet for the first time.•Woodsat – just what is it?•Listener questions: Cryostasis – will it ever be possible for Space Travel? And is gravitomagnetism a possible alternative theory for dark matter? Fred has the answers.NEW: The Space Nuts Premium edition is now available on Spotify for our Supercast subscribers (sorry, Patreon isn’t there yet…fingers crossed). To access the premium feed, just log in to your Spotify account and do a search. Use your current subscriber details to unlock the premium content. If you’d like to become a subscriber, just visit https://spacenuts.supercast.tech and sign up. You even get a 30-day free trial to see if it’s right for you. Nothing to lose.Premium Editions also now availa


The Supermassive Podcast

The Royal Astronomical Society

24: Eclipses & Expeditions

Join Dr Becky Smethurst and Dr Robert Massey as they explore eclipses; what are they and how have they been studied throughout history? Plus Izzie Clarke visits the Royal Astronomical Society Library to discover what the society has in the archives, and astronaut Nicole Stott and her husband, Fellow of the RAS, Chris Stott send us their eclipse audio diary from Antarctica.

The RAS Bicentenary Timeline can be found here: https://ras.ac.uk/timeline

The Supermassive Podcast is a Boffin Media production by Izzie Clarke and Richard Hollingham. 


exocast

exocast

Exocast-55b: ExoCup2021

That’s right it is that time of year again where the Exocast team pit planet against planet in the Twitter poll show-down: ExoCup! In this episode Andrew, Hugh, and Hannah look at the rundown of exoplanets that were mentioned the most in the past year of research publications and the top 23 join last years ExoCup2020 winner WD-1856b to fill out the first 24 exoplanets in Pots 1, 2, and 3. They then take aRead more


Spacepod

Carrie Nugent

190: Millions of observations with Dr. Spoto

Dr. Federica Spoto tells us how she found millions of high-precision observations of comets and asteroids. She explains how these observations let her turn back time and study the history of the main belt of asteroids in our solar system.


Astronomy Cast

Fraser Cain and Dr. Pamela Gay

Ep. 622: Rockier Moons & Giant Asteroids

Astronomy Cast Ep. 622: Rockier Moons & Giant Asteroids by Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay So a rock is a rock is a rock. Right? Across the solar system there are giant rocky asteroids and even “gianter” rocky moons. What is the difference between these two families of objects and where do they come from?


The Big Beard Theory

#BeardyCast

357: Подлёдные океаны, терраформирование и спутники спутников

Хорошие новости от JWST, уничтожение черных дыр, спутники спутников, формирование планет без звезды, переработка космического мусора и исследования подледных океанов у спутников газовых гигантов.
Ведущий: Антон Поздняков (https://twitter.com/kuingul)
Темы
00:00:00 - Интро
00:00:20 - Приветствие
00:00:53 - Партнер выпуска: Яндекс.Кью (https://yandex.ru/q/)
Цикл выпусков «Главные вопросы науки» (https://beardycast.com/tag/science-q/)
00:02:24 - Хорошие новости о телескопе James Webb
00:05:54 - Ответы на вопросы слушателей
00:06:22 - Может ли планета сформироваться без звезды
00:09:44 - Какой фильм показать инопланетянам
00:11:58 - Восстановление магнитосферы Марса
Видео: Как терраформировать Марс (https://youtu.be/hs8yQsb3w0I)
00:17:33 - Как остывать в космосе
00:20:45 - Зачем наземные телескопы стреляют лазерами в небо
00:23:26 - Исследовани


Radio Astronomy

Immediate media

Interview: Astrobiologist Nicol Caplin

European Space Agency astrobiologist and Deep Space Exploration Scientist Dr Nicol Caplin discusses the search for life beyond Earth, and how our planet's microorganisms are helping humans push further into space. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Everything Space

Space News

Learn about space!


Travelers In The Night

Dr. Al Grauer

Space, Asteroid Hunting, and Astronomy, an insider view. The music is "Eternity" by John Lyell. Astronomy Asteroids Space NASA Comets Earth Impact


Das Universum

Florian Freistetter, Ruth Grützbauch

DU043 - Supernova-Livestream und U-Boot-Rettungs-U-Boote

In Folge 43 stirbt ein Stern. Da muss man aber nicht traurig sein; ganz im Gegenteil. Denn zum ersten Mal konnte die Astronomie live beim Tod eines Sterns zusehen. Es geht um eine Supernova-Explosion; was recht oft vorkommt im Universum. Aber noch nie haben wir den Stern, der später explodiert auch vor der Explosion schon ausführlich untersucht. Außerdem reden wir über das, was das James-Webb-Weltraumteleskop gerade treibt, über Rettungs-U-Boote und beantworten Fragen aus der Hörerschaft. Zur Entstehung der Elemente, zur Dauer einer Supernova und zur flachen Erde. In “Neues von der Sternwarte” erzählt Evi von astronomischen Bildern und deren Bedeutung für die Wissenschaftskommunikation. Und es gibt wieder die Chance, Ruth und Florian live auf diversen Bühnen zu sehen!


SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

bitesz.com

Intriguing Carbon Signatures Discovered on Mars

Listen to SpaceTime on your favorite podcast app with our universal listen link: https://link.chtbl.com/spacetime The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 10*Intriguing carbon signatures discovered on MarsScientists have discovered an isotope of carbon on Mars that’s usually only associated with biological processes on Earth.*Star production linked to stellar compositionA new study shows that the composition of stars affects how well they seed the universe with material for future stellar generations.*New study sheds light on origins of life on EarthScientists have discovered metal-binding protein core structures that appear to be common to all life on Earth and may have played a significant role in the origins of life in the first place.*The Science ReportThe Tonga volcanic eruption was the worst in 30 years.More evidence that a third booster shot provides additional protection aga


Sciences et vous

RTL

Sciences et vous du 21 novembre 2021

Ecoutez Sciences et vous avec Mac Lesggy du 21 novembre 2021


逐工一幅天文圖 APOD Taigi

逐工一幅天文圖 APOD Taigi

347. 予徛鵝有夠歡喜 ê 日食 ft. 阿錕 (20220107)

2021 年 12 月 4 號是 2021 年上尾改 ê 日食。有一隻公 ê Adelie 徛鵝歡喜甲吱吱叫,才有這張剪影相片。是講這款叫聲是有較特別,一般來講是公 ê 徛鵝欲佔地盤抑是欲 宣佈大代誌 ê 時陣才會按呢。這寡徛鵝 ê 地盤是 tī 南極洲 ê Cape Crozier,是 Adelie 徛鵝上大 ê 住所。這个所在已經 予研究人員研究 25 冬矣。舊年 12 月 ê 日食,tī 地球 上南爿 ê 大陸 去予 月球烏影閘著 上濟 ê 時陣,有 80 葩遐爾濟。 ——— 這是 NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day ê 台語文 podcast 原文版:https://apod.nasa.gov/ 台文版:https://apod.tw/ 今仔日 ê 文章: https://apod.tw/daily/20220107/ 影像:Annie Schmidt (Point Blue Conservation Science) 音樂:P!SCO - 鼎鼎 聲優:阿錕 翻譯:An-Li Tsai (NCU) 原文:https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap220107.html Powered by Firstory Hosting


Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain

Universe Today

Episode 769: NASA's Astrobiology Vision with Mary Voytek

My guest today is Dr. Mary Voytek, the director of NASA's Astrobiology Program since 2008. Dr. Voytek and others from NASA are proposing a new 7-step framework on how they could report on the discovery of life beyond Earth. We'll discuss this new framework as well as the latest challenges in the search for life across the Universe.
https://astrobiology.nasa.gov/nai/directory/voytek-mary/
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Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

James Webb and astronaut Jessica Meir

ESA's senior science advisor Mark McCaughrean joins Space Boffins Sue Nelson and Richard Hollingham to enthuse about the most powerful space telescope ever built. And NASA astronaut Jessica Meir discusses coming back from the ISS to a world in the grip of Covid-19, her first all women space walk, and her preparations as part of the Artemis astronaut corps. Plus new CEO of the UK Space Agency, Paul Bate, on the UK's continued success within the space industry. Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


Star Signs: Go Stargazing!

Stargazing✦London

Week commencing 24 January 2022

The Waning Moon meets Mars, Venus and Mercury in the morning. Star Signs is supported by you, when you become a student at Stargazing✦London. Go to https://stargazing.london and take a FREE stargazing course today!


Lunch Hour Lectures - Autumn 2009 - Video

UCL

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


Ask Science

QuickAndDirtyTips.com

Life's Last Bow

Episode 5 of 5 of our miniseries from author Henry Gee, based on his new book A (Very) Short History of Life on Earth.

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Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

Fiery Worlds and go for Mars

In a bumper new year edition, we hear the latest on the Webb space telescope, discuss volcanoes on distant worlds and look ahead to Europe's mission to Mars. ESA's Mark McCaughrean talks about what's next for the James Webb Space Telescope; UCL's Andrew Coates covers the Rosalind Franklin ExoMars rover launching this year, and the OU's Natalie Starkey talks about her new book Fire and Ice. Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


吳老師與Maggie聊天文與生活

Maggie UFOradio

為在月球建立基地與移居做準備

1・科學家發現月球表層含氧,可供80億人用10萬年。
2・月球上的水資源哪裡來?
3・月球南極區發現大面積二氧化碳冷阱,其中以阿蒙森環形山的82平方公里最大。
4・月球在國際間的法律地位。


Space to Grow

MarketScale

Is Space a Finite Natural Resource? One Expert Says Yes

Looking at space sustainability through an environmental and ecological lens changes the perspective. It makes it more tangible and inclusive. That’s the message of Moriba Ja. Ja, currently a professor of aerospace engineering and other space-related safety and security topics, joined Space to Grow hosts Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden. Ja has an impressive background, with tenures at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab and the Air Force Research Laboratory.Jah’s fascination with space began early, during days of looking at the sky while in military school. He then enlisted in the Air Force and noticed some strange lights in the Montana sky. It wasn’t aliens but space debris. That drove him to want to study engineering and learn about litter in the sky and orbital regimes.“Most of humanity isn’t part of the space sustainability or exploration. It’s an insular community, but we need to connect people outside of space." - M


IFLScience - The Big Questions

IFLScience

What Is The Universe Made Of?

Everything we see and interact with, regular matter, is only a small fraction of what the universe contains. In fact, the vast majority of the universe is invisible to us. We've named these mysterious components dark matter and dark energy, but our understanding of them – and if they even exist – remains lacking. To unravel more of this mystery, Dr Alfredo Carpineti sat down with Dr Mandeep Gill from the Dark Energy Survey collaboration to ask: Will the new generation of upcoming observatories help us understand what the universe is really made of?


The Cosmic Savannah

The Cosmic Savannah

Episode 47: SALT and Near-Earth Asteroids (re-run)

This is a re-run of the very first episode of The Cosmic Savannah! We're re-running it in preparation for our next episode where we'll be speaking again with Nic for some exciting updates. In Episode 1, we introduce ourselves and our vision for the podcast. SALT Astronomer Dr Moses Mogotsi then describes what it's like to use the biggest optical telescope in the Southern Hemisphere (from 00:12m). Lastly, Dr Nicolas Erasmus tells us about the hunt for near-earth asteroids (from 00:23m) using the ATLAS network. Nic explains how another ATLAS telescope is being installed in South Africa in order to achieve continuous coverage of the Southern night sky.
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George's Random Astronomical Object

George Bendo

George's Random Astronomical Object is a biweekly astronomy podcast featuring science discussions about astronomical objects at randomly selected locations in the sky. The wide range of topics discussed in the show include stars, variable stars, variable variable stars, supermassive black holes, ultracool dwarf stars, exoplanets, howler monkeys, infrared radiation, acronyms, more acronyms, starbursts, measurements of less than 20 parsecs, jellyfish galaxies, diffuse ionized gas, and general overall weirdness.


Your Space Journey

SpaceTech Corporation

SpaceX Crew-3: Interview with Pilot Dr. Thomas Marshburn

Interview with SpaceX Crew-3 pilot Tom Marshburn Crew-3 Launch currently scheduled for November 2021. Dr. Thomas Marshburn is the pilot of the Crew Dragon spacecraft and second in command for the SpaceX Crew-3 mission. He is responsible for spacecraft systems and performance. Once aboard the International Space Station (ISS), he will serve as an Expedition...


astro[sound]bites

astrosoundbites

Astrobites for your ears. Three grad students bring you cutting-edge research findings in astronomy and connect the dots between diverse subfields.


Hugo Lisoir Podcast

Lisoir

Retrouvez en podcast les épidodes de la chaîne YouTube ainsi que des formats exclusifs !


The Audio Guide to the Galaxy

Scitech Planetarium

A guided tour of the night sky as seen from Perth, Western Australia, exploring the stories and science of astronomy, space science and space travel. It's a planetarium presenter in your pocket - just download, head outside, and press play. The Audio Guide to the Galaxy is proudly presented by Scitech.


Astrocast

Astrocast

O Astrocast é um projeto de divulgação científica para todos os simpatizantes da astronomia e afins. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/astrocastbrasil/support


Lunch Hour Lectures - Spring 2011 - Audio

UCL

Great 2 meet u IRL :-) Twitter and digital identity - Audio

Is Twitter an ephemeral technology, consisting of mundane chat about people's personal lives? Or can a study of its use help us to understand how we express our identities on and offline? Can Twitter be used for professional or academic activity, and should we try to separate our public and private digital personae? This lecture will address such questions, with the aid of slides of 140 characters and live tweets from the audience at UCL and on the internet.

Authors: Claire Warwick (UCLDH), @clhw1, Melissa Terras, @melissaterras, #melissaterras (UCLDH); Claire Ross, @clairey_ross (UCLDH); Anne Welsh, @AnneWelsh (UCLDH)

This lecture marks the 5th anniversary of Twitter on 21 March.


ASTROSISTERS

Shea

In this episode we discuss how big space is and what life can be out there.


Universo_T

Universe

Hoy les platicaremos acerca del universo en general.


ベランダもくもくTV

Riku Fukuta

好きなものについて好き勝手に、ベランダで。


ASTR 104: Introduction to Stellar Astronomy - Complete

Robert Wagner


Astronomy Photo of the Day - 2019

Robert Wagner

These podcasts are my discussion of NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day. These are brief (3-5 minute) audio summaries of the picture posted on NASA's Picture of the Day website: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod I use these as the introduction to each of my introductory astronomy classes. Students will be able to access them here to review what was discussed in class. I appreciate any comments or suggestions which can be sent to: wagnerastronomy@gmail.com

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