コペテンナイト

コペテンナイト

【Season8.5宝塚】花・月・雪・星・宙・専科 #2

コペテンナイトは、春名・セミプロ・まことと葦原・ビギナー・みづほでお送りする、宇宙系おしゃべりポッドキャストです。クスッと笑えて、ちょっぴり宇宙に詳しくなれる!コペテンナイトはあなたの知的好奇心を刺激します。【毎週 水・土 更新】
Season 1: 小惑星探査機はやぶさ2
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Season 3: 金星
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Season 4.5: 演劇学(みづほ先生回)
Season 5: 惑星の50のなぜ?(公開停止中)
Season 6: 月
Season 7: 月探査機かぐや
Season 8: 金星探査機あかつき
Season 8.5: 宝塚(みづほ先生回)←now!!
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Spacial Episode 佐々木亮の宇宙ばなしコラボ
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Science Friday

Science Friday and WNYC Studios

Seabird Poop, ‘Prehistoric Planet’ TV Show, Dry Great Plains, Six Foods For A Changing Climate. May 20, 2022, Part 2

We Need To Talk About Bird Poop
Seabird poop—sometimes called guano—was the “white gold” of fertilizers for humans for millennia. Rich in nitrogen and phosphorus from birds’ fish-based diets, the substance shaped trade routes and powered economies until chemical fertilizers replaced it.
But while people may no longer find bird poop profitable, these same poop deposits—often found on islands or coasts where the birds nest and rear their young—may also be nurturing ecosystems that would be left high and dry if the birds were to disappear. As seabird populations quickly decline, that’s becoming an increasing risk.
Australian researchers Megan Grant and Jennifer Lavers talk to Ira about the under-appreciated role of bird guano in ecosystems, and why scientists should be looking more closely at the poop patterns of endangered seabirds.

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Home stars 星のある暮らしを、あなたに

Home stars 星のある暮らしを、あなたに

『Home stars 星のある暮らしを、あなたに』 みなさんには、どんな星空との思い出がありますか? この番組は、家庭用プラネタリウム、ホームスターがお送りする、 ご自宅に星空のある暮らしを感じていただくPodcast番組です。 さあ、本日も一緒に、星が瞬く旅へと出掛けていきましょう。


リコットの夕焼け天文部

【天文学の東大生】リコットの天文学スタジオ

【夕焼けは見ただけで心が動く】「天文学の東大生」リコットが、聞くだけで心が動く天文学や宇宙の話題をお届けする「夕焼け天文部」。部員のあなたからのおたよりをお待ちしています! ★「リコットの夕焼け天文部」おたより専用フォーム https://forms.gle/38gvWDo9Y4b1cYEX7 ★メールアドレス(クラブネームと内容を含めてください) ricot.club@gmail.com ★YouTube「リコットの天文学スタジオ」 活動の様子を映像付きでお届け! https://www.youtube.com/c/RicotAstronomyStudio ★Twitter(@ricot_astro) #夕焼け天文部 で感想を募集中! https://twitter.com/ricot_astro


The Supermassive Podcast

The Royal Astronomical Society

27: How to build a Galaxy

Izzie and Dr Becky are attempting to tackle the massive subject of building a galaxy. 

Professor Mike Merrifield from The University of Nottingham explains how galaxies form and our very own galaxy expert, Dr Becky, tells us why they come in different shapes and sizes. Plus, Dr Robert Massey has his top tips for stargazing in spring. 

Thank you to Brilliant for sponsoring this episode.  Head to brilliant.org/supermassive to start free courses in maths, science, and computer science. The first 200 subscribers will get 20% off.

Explore the Galaxy Zoo here:
https://www.zooniverse.org/projects/zookeeper/galaxy-zoo/

Space Book Club recommendations...
Back to Earth - Nicole Stott
The End of Astronauts - Donald Goldsmith & Martin Rees
The Disordered Cosmos - Chanda Prescod-Weinstein
"A Year In Space" by The Supermassive Team will be out later this year. More details to


Astronomy Cast

Fraser Cain and Dr. Pamela Gay

Ep. 645: The Future of the ISS

Astronomy Cast Ep. 645: The Future of the ISS by Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay The International Space Station has been continuously inhabited for over 20 years now, serving as a peaceful collaboration between space-faring nations. But it's a machine, and it's getting old. In addition, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has made things, complicated. What's the future for the ISS?


Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain

Universe Today

811: Mission to Uranus, More SLS Problems, Ban for Anti-Satellite Tests | Space Bites e2

Planetary Science Decadal Survey recommends a mission to Uranus, SLS is set for another delay, Perseverance sees a Phobos solar eclipse, all Hubble's images in a single picture and other most important space and astronomy news of the week.
00:00 Intro
00:43 Planetary Science Decadal Survey is out
https://www.universetoday.com/155519/planetary-decadal-survey-says-its-time-for-a-mission-to-uranus-and-enceladus-too-1/
04:11 NASA is Having a Tough Time Testing the SLS
https://www.universetoday.com/155485/nasa-is-having-a-tough-time-testing-the-sls/
05:46 US goes for a ban of anti-satellite weapons
https://spacenews.com/dod-a-main-proponent-of-anti-satellite-test-ban-we-are-not-disarming/
07:13 Wow! Perseverance Sees a Solar Eclipse on Mars
https://www.universetoday.com/155538/wow-perseverance-sees-a-solar-eclipse-on-mars/
08:15 Perseveranc


Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

Lessons from an Astronaut

Not one but four astronauts feature in this month's Space Boffins. Sue Nelson and Richard Hollingham chat to astronaut Nicole Stott about her book Back to Earth; we hear about the drama of launch, what to do when things go wrong and the challenges of interviewing other astronauts. Sue also attends a glamorous space event in London to catch up with two Apollo legends, British ESA astronaut Tim Peake, and Space Shuttle pilot Susan Kilrain. Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


Space Nuts

bitesz.com

Mars Uranus & Neptune

Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff.Space Nuts Episode 307 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley •On Mars…Ingenuity continues to break records. So what’s it’s lifespan now?•Still on Mars…they’ve now worked out why the red planet is perpetually dusty. Fred has the details.•Data from Hubble explains why Uranus and Neptune are different colours. Details from Fred. For more visit: https://phys.org •Listener questions – We have listener questions about neutron stars, plus escaping the Milky way…just how tough would it be. Turns out Fred has done some work on just this problem and has an answer.Sponsor Links:NordVPN – the fast and best way of securing your data. Get our special price, plus one month free and a bonus gift by visiting https://nordvpn.com/spacenuts and using the code SPACENUTS.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 premiu


SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

bitesz.com

Evidence That Earth’s Inner Core Oscillates

The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 67*Evidence that Earth’s inner core oscillatesScientists have discovered that the Earth’s inner core oscillates, contradicting previously accepted models that suggested it consistently rotates at a faster rate than the planet’s surface.*A new look at planet Earth’s plate tectonicsScientists have developed new models providing a more detailed view of planet Earth’s extensive system of plate tectonics and how the continents are assembled.*NASA to study UFOsNASA is to undertake its own independent study of unidentified aerial phenomena better known to us as UFOs.Meanwhile, the internet is abuzz with claims by China that its FAST radio telescope may have picked up signals from an alien civilization -- But others are saying not so fast.*The Science ReportNeurodevelopmental issues found in some kids born to COVID mothers.A new study has linked vitamin D


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.


The 365 Days of Astronomy

365DaysOfAstronomy.org

Travelers in the Night Eps. 607 & 608: Good Night & Triple Comet

Dr. Al Grauer hosts. Dr. Albert D. Grauer ( @Nmcanopus ) is an observational asteroid hunting astronomer. Dr. Grauer retired from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2006. travelersinthenight.org Today's 2 topics: - Teddy Pruyne was granted a good night during which he posted observations of 7 unknown moving points of light. One of them has been named 2020 PB1. - Worachate Boonplod discovered three comets SOHO-4049, SOHO-4050, and SOHO-4052.    We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs.  Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too!  Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs


Astronomia em Meia Hora

Educação em Meia Hora

Dúvidas Cósmicas - carreira em astronomia

Dúvidas Cósmicas é um quadro no Astronomia em Meia Hora onde a @astronomacamila responde dúvidas sobre o episódio da última semana: "Carreira em astronomia".


Ask Science

QuickAndDirtyTips.com

Could we have domesticated a T-Rex?

Hello, Ask Science listeners! This week, we're sharing the first episode of Curious State, a brand new podcast from Quick and Dirty Tips.Could we have domesticated a T-Rex? Is the mafia really that violent? Haven't all the possible songs been written by now? Unexpected gems of knowledge are hidden all around us. Let’s dig them up, one offbeat question at a time.A few of the curiosities you’ll uncover in this episode:The 3 questions to ask yourself before domesticating a T-RexHow much it would cost to feed a T-Rex over its lifetimeWhat a T-Rex’s personality might have been likeCould we have made a teacup T-Rex? *fingers crossed*Subscribe to Curious State on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you're listening to Ask Science.


astro[sound]bites

astrosoundbites

Episode 57: Hot Planet Summer

Break out your swim suits and fire up your Weber Spirit II 3-Burner Liquid Propane Grills, it’s summer vacation for those of us in the states! With their time off, Will, Kiersten, and Alex take a trip around the solar system in search of the best sunbathing spots. Will takes us to a molten Earth in search of the planet’s first “little dudes”, while Kiersten surfs on metallic Venusian lava flows. Alex made our road trip playlist, but it’s more ominous than we wanted.
 
Astrobites:
https://astrobites.org/2022/04/19/how-a-moon-sized-deep-impact-affected-early-life-on-earth/
https://astrobites.org/2021/07/22/from-radar-mystery-to-volcanic-history-dating-venus-lava-flows-with-temperature-sensitive-minerals/
 
Space Sounds: 
https://astrosom.com/Mar2018.php
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egmmYxXhScQ
 
Geological Time Scales Poster: 
https://www.geosociety.org/documents/gsa/timescale/timescl.pdf


Gemeinsam durch die Galaxis

Planetarium Bochum

 „Gemeinsam durch die Galaxis“ heißt der neue astronomische Plauder-Podcast mit Bochumer Planetariumsleiterin und Astronomin Prof. Dr. Susanne Hüttemeister und dem stimmgewaltig-wortgewandten Kabarettisten und Hobby-Astronomen Jochen Malmsheimer.  Die erste Staffel umfasst zehn Episoden mit einer Erstausstrahlung von Episode Eins am Donnerstag, den 15. April 2021. „Susanne Hüttemeister, leidenschaftliche Chefin des Planetarium Bochum und Jochen Malmsheimer, leidenschaftlicher Besucher des Planetarium Bochum, reisen gemeinsam durch die Galaxis. Natürlich nur im Gespräch und nicht im Raumschiff, aber so bleibt ihr auch mehr Zeit, ALL die Fragen zu beantworten, die ihm durch den Kopf gehen. Er kann sie alles fragen und sie hat auf alles eine Antwort. Oder auch mal zwei“, so lautet das Intro dieser spannenden Reise der zwei Podcast-Protagonisten. Am 04.11.2021 startet die zweite Staffel mit zehn neuen Folgen. 


The Big Beard Theory

#BeardyCast

377: Истинная физика, JWST и Большой Взрыв, запас хода марсохода

Как на самом деле работают законы физики? Как Вояджеры направляют антенны? Можно ли увеличить запас хода марсохода? Увидит ли James Webb Большой Взрыв? Давайте разбираться!
Ведущий: Антон Поздняков (https://twitter.com/kuingul)
Темы
00:00:00 - Интро
00:00:44 - Планеты от Меркурия до Сатурна в ряд на ночном небе в июле
00:03:38 - Партнер выпуска: подкаст «Дикая Натура» (https://podfollow.com/dikaja-natura)
Сайт подкаста (https://lr4.lsm.lv/lv/lr4/peredachi/mezoniga-daba/) | Apple Podcasts (https://apple.co/3zu2sqW) | Google Podcasts (https://bit.ly/3xyQzys) | Castbox (https://bit.ly/3aF2XE8)
00:07:32 - Ответы на вопросы слушателей
00:07:51 - Сможет ли JWST увидеть Большой Взрыв
00:11:40 - Как на «самом деле» работает физика
00:19:17 - Увидеть весь электро-магнитный спектр
00:23:14 - Осмысленные имена звезд и других небесных тел
00:26:41 - Что такое черн


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。


Where's My Jetpack?

Stak

Will humans really colonise Mars one day? Will I ever ride my own hoverboard like Marty McFly? How long will it be until we can book holidays in space? Where's my jetpack? Back in the 1980s, TV and films promised us everything from jetpacks to flying cars and holidays in space - so what happened to those Space Age dreams? Every week, join space journalist and author, Sarah Cruddas and broadcaster Luke Moore for Where's My Jetpack? Each episode, we look into a different piece of retrofuturistic technology that never was, to find out if these brilliant inventions are still just science fiction or, by looking in the right places, may be just around the corner. New episodes released every Thursday. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Generation Mars

DR

Generation Mars: Er robotter med kunstig intelligens vores bedste bud på de første Marsboere?

Det bliver hårdt for de første Marsboere, der skal grundlægge fundamentet for en Mars-by. Ikke mindst fordi den menneskelige krop ikke er specielt egnet til forholdene på Mars. Vil det i stedet være en ide at sende intelligente robotter afsted først? Det har Elon Musk antydet, og derfor taler vi med Danmarks førende ekspert inden for AI (kunstig intelligens), for at få et opdateret blik på intelligente robotter anno 2022, og hvorvidt de kan sendes afsted som nybyggere til Mars inden for en overskuelig årrække.

Vært og tilrettelægger: Frederik Dirks Gottlieb.
Medvært: Anja C. Andersen.
Klipper: Nikolaj Kirk.
Al musik af Selina Gin.
Produceret for DR af Firkantede Øjne ApS.


This Week in Space (Audio)

TWiT

This Week in Space podcast covers the new space age. Every Friday we take a deep dive into a fascinating topic. What’s happening with the new race to the moon and other planets? When will SpaceX or NASA really send people to Mars? Join Rod Pyle and Tariq Malik from Space.com on This Week in Space. Subscribe today on your favorite podcatcher. New episodes posted every Friday.


exocast

exocast

Exocast-60b: Interview with Dr Jennifer Burt

In this episode of Exocast the team are fortunate to be joined in the virtual studio by Dr Jennifer Burt, NASA/JPL’s Extreme Precision Radial Velocity Investigation Scientist, for an extreme discussion of the radial velocity technique for finding and characterising exoplanets. Jenn gives us a comprehensive and enthusiastic rundown of the method, US and European RV surveys, supporting current and future photometric missions with RV follow-up, and an update on new technology and instruments thatRead more


Das Universum

Florian Freistetter, Ruth Grützbauch, Evi Pech

DU049 - Der Übergang zum Unterriesen

In Folge 49 reden wir über den Übergang zu Unterriesen. Ok, zuerst reden wir ein bisschen über Schnupfen. Und Fred Hoyle. Und das James-Webb-Teleskop. Und nicht über die neue Hubble-Entdeckung. Aber dann geht es um Unterriesen. Das ist eine ganz spezielle Phase im Leben eines Sterns und man hat durch die Beobachtung dieser Objekte herausgefunden, dass die Milchstraße älter ist als gedacht. Außerdem beantworten wir immer Fragen, zum Beispiel darüber, was am schwersten zu entdecken ist. Und ob es Berge gibt, die so hoch sind, dass sie aus der Atmosphäre ihrer Planeten herausragen können. Mit Evi reden wir in “Neues von der Sternwarte” über das astronomische Praktium. Und demnächst treiben wir uns in Vorarlberg rum und man kann uns dabei zusehen.


Sky Tour Astronomy Podcast

American Astronomical Society

April: Dancing Planets at Dawn

With the arrival of April, you’re likely to spend more time outdoors under the stars. So why not bring along our monthly Sky Tour astronomy podcast? It provides an informative and entertaining 12-minute guided tour of the nighttime sky. Download the April episode to explore the fascinating movement of four planets in the sky before dawn.
The post April: Dancing Planets at Dawn appeared first on Sky & Telescope.


天文播客

中研院天文所的天文播客

站在高崗上:談工程師在智利阿塔卡瑪沙漠的工作時所見所得

這裡沒有張惠妹的歌「站在高崗上」提到的綠波海茫茫,在這裡只有黃土茫茫,而且缺氧。
由天文所主導之為阿塔卡瑪大型毫米及次毫米波陣列(簡稱”ALMA”)研發的「第一頻段接收機」於2016年被採用,並已於2021年開始接受訊號,聽聽科學家如何努力的刻服惡劣環境,堅持至今。努力工作時,又看到了哪些有趣的動物呢?且聽分曉。

背景音樂由 audionautix.com 提供


吳老師與Maggie聊天文與生活

Maggie UFOradio

哈伯太空望遠鏡之母-南西·葛蕾絲·羅曼(上)

一、NASA發射哈伯太空望遠鏡的緣由?
二、為什麼我們稱天文學家萊曼·史匹哲為「哈伯太空望遠鏡之父」,南西·葛蕾絲·羅曼為「哈伯太空望遠鏡之母」?
三、南西·葛蕾絲·羅曼是誰?她如何開啟了自己的天文之路?求學歷程與進入芝加哥大學葉凱士天文台。


逐工一幅天文圖 APOD Taigi

逐工一幅天文圖 APOD Taigi

494. 鬧熱滾滾 ê 內海仔星雲中央 ft. 阿錕 (20220525)

內海仔星雲中央有 高速捲踅、足壯觀 ê 恆星形成。咱看會著相片中心附近,上無有兩个長長 ê 漏仔形雲,一个差不多有半 光年 長,是極端 恆星風 kah 強力恆星光 形成--ê。這是附近超級光 ê 恆星 Herschel 36 kā 這區照予光--ê。寬闊 ê 塗粉 牆 kā 其他高溫少年 ê 恆星藏 tī 內底,閣 kā in 發出 ê 光變較紅咧。這寡恆星 ê 能量入去到 低溫 ê 塗粉 kah 氣體內底,會 kah 隔壁 ê 物質 產生足大 ê 溫度差,結果就會產生 剪切風,造成 漏仔形 ê 雲。這張相片 差不多有 10 光年闊,是 kā 踅地球咧行 ê Hubble 太空望遠鏡 翕 ê 六種色光影像,鬥做一張--ê。內海仔星雲 嘛叫做 M8,伊 chhāi tī 離咱 5000 光年 遠 ê 射手 座(嘛叫做 人馬座)遐。 ——— 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/20220525/ 影像來源:NASA, ESA, Hubble 影像處理 kah 版權:Mehmet Hakan Özsaraç 音樂:P!SCO - 鼎鼎 聲優:阿錕 翻譯:An-Li Tsai (NCU) 原文:https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap220525.html Powered by Firstory Hosting


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. 


Frontier Space

Kolemann Lutz

Beam Laser Propulsion and Photon Laser Thruster to Become Multiplanetary - Ep 30

Envisioning a multiplanet life solar system with high power orbital lasers (GEO or Lagrange) for uG transit with Dr. Young Bae, Founder of PTL and YK Bae Corp. Learn about advantages of Beam Laser Propulsion (BLP)  and Photon Laser Thrusters (PLT) to achieve high delta V departure to launch cargo to nearby planets Mars and Venus within a few weeks and Earth to Moon in 14-20 hours. Topics include YAG laser, active resonant optical cavity, primary and secondary mirror, first cubesat laser beam ground 2008 demo, (Yb:YAG) thin-disk gain medium and network of high reflectance lightweight mirrors, laser/solar sails, and more !

https://ykbcorp.com/ 
First Demonstration of Photonic Laser Thruster (PLT), Proceedings of the High-Power Laser Ablation, SPIE, Taos,  pp. 700510 (2008).https://www.researchgate.net/publication/265813101 
Prospective of Photon Propulsion


RumSnak

Tina Ibsen + Anders Høeg Nissen

Episode 48: Computersimulationer hjælper os med at forstå universet

Hvis man vil afprøve forskellige hypoteser om fx sorte huller, galakser eller større dele af universet, kan det være en stor hjælp at bruge computersimulationer til at udforske mulige udviklinger.
Det er i hvert fald svært at lave en masse parallelle universer for at se om ens forskellige teorier holder stik – og så er simulationer mange gange den næstbedste løsning.
Igennem årene er simulationerne selvfølgelig blevet voldsomt meget mere avancerede. De kan udnytte den kolossale udvikling i regnekraft, især når man tager supercomputere i brug, og samtidig er der sket store fremskridt med programmering – og jo også i vores viden om universet.
Man kan lave simulationer af titusindvis af galakser, eller man kan vælge et mindre område og så få flere detaljer med.
Martin Sparre, der er postdoc ved universitetet i Potsdam bruger netop store computersimulationer i sin forskning, der især handler


Quantum Human Design™ Podcast

Karen Curry Parker

Quantum Human Design™ - Episode 36 with Sandra Lee

In this episode of the Understanding Human Design Podcast, Host Karen Curry Parker, interviews 3/5 Initiator (Manifestor), Certified Human Design Specialist, Quantum Alignment System Practitioner & Biofield Tuning Practitioner, Sandra Lee. When you feel pain, overwhelm and trauma, you are stuck. For 29 years, Sandra has been helping her clients' stuck energy to flow. She frees you up to be happy, healthy and successful - using tuning forks and sound. Sandra loves doing Human Design and Bioeld Tuning together, so you can Thrive. Get your FREE Gift: 5 Tips for Shedding Stress: https://breathe.miracleinspirations.com Contact Sandra for a Free Consult: https://miracleinspirations.com/tuning/ *** Connect with Sandra: Website: https://www.miracleinspirations.com FB: https://www.facebook.com/SandraLeeInspiration Profile: https://www.quantumalignmentsystem.com/hd_specialist/sandra-lee/ Thanks for watching! Karen Curry Parker, Founde


Space Forward - An Interdisciplinary Podcast

Hussain Bokhari, Matthias Frenzl, Kelly Kowalski, Benjamin Shapiro

Finding intelligent life in the cosmos | Part 2

This episode is the second part of our talk with Harvard Professor Avi Loeb. We discuss ― Life In The Cosmos ― an academic textbook he co-authored with Manasvi Lingam which provides an analysis of the latest scientific methodologies for detecting life beyond our planet. It’s an updated version of an original book written in 1966 by astrophysicists Carl Sagan and Iosif Shklovsky. We dive into the Kardashev Scale, a theoretical model for classifying stages the development of intelligent alien civilizations based on energy consumption, and the potential of applying a modified version, based on a more indirect but proportional scale of wasted heat or entropy production, toward today’s search for extraterrestrial intelligences (ETIs).

Learn more about Avi’s work with Breakthrough Starshot, a proposed flyby mission to our neighboring solar system Alpha Centauri, and how his recently funded Galileo Project will help to demy


Quantum Human Design™ Podcast

Karen Curry Parker

Quantum Human Design™ - Episode 36 with Sandra Lee

In this episode of the Understanding Human Design Podcast, Host Karen Curry Parker, interviews 3/5 Initiator (Manifestor), Certified Human Design Specialist, Quantum Alignment System Practitioner & Biofield Tuning Practitioner, Sandra Lee. When you feel pain, overwhelm and trauma, you are stuck. For 29 years, Sandra has been helping her clients' stuck energy to flow. She frees you up to be happy, healthy and successful - using tuning forks and sound. Sandra loves doing Human Design and Bioeld Tuning together, so you can Thrive. Get your FREE Gift: 5 Tips for Shedding Stress: https://breathe.miracleinspirations.com Contact Sandra for a Free Consult: https://miracleinspirations.com/tuning/ *** Connect with Sandra: Website: https://www.miracleinspirations.com FB: https://www.facebook.com/SandraLeeInspiration Profile: https://www.quantumalignmentsystem.com/hd_specialist/sandra-lee/ Thanks for watching! Karen Curry Parker, Founde


Radio Astronomy

Immediate media

Star Diary: What's in the night sky from 6 to 12 June

The craters of the Moon; double stars and the Moon's progress across the stars – We run down the best things to see in the sky this week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Your Space Journey

Chuck Fields

Starlink Internet – Is it right for you?

Two Starlinks, two locations, two slightly different results. In this episode I tested out Starlink internet in two locations 1,000 miles apart. First we try it out in central Florida, then we go to Indianapolis to test another unit. We tested 4k, multiple 4k streams, FaceTime, multiple devices, upload and more. The results surprised us...


Space to Grow

MarketScale

The Infrastructure Available to the Commercial Space Industry will Impact Affordability of Launches

Peter Beck launched Rocket Lab in 2006 in New Zealand. Though his background isn’t traditional, he knew he wanted to build rickets from a young age. He quickly developed international partnerships and expanded with venture capitalists in 2014. Since 2014, the company has doubled in size every year. Today, Rocket Lab has more than a thousand employees. Beck said, “we made quite a few acquisitions last year, and we doubled that way.”Rocket Lab requires the best of the best from its partners, and some of those partnerships have led to acquisitions. After long held relationships, Beck recognized the best in class and grew the Rocket Lab family. With US Headquarters and operating in New Zealand and a couple of other countries, Beck said,  “we’ve been global since day one and we’re used to operating in various hemispheres.” In addition to expecting the best in class, Rocket Lab


Star Signs: Go Stargazing!

Stargazing✦London

April 2022 Skyguide

Welcome to the April 2022 Skyguide! In this episode, we'll see what's happening in the night sky throughout the month of April. The Pink Moon competes with a rise in meteor activity, and then visits a stunning precession of planets in the morning sky. Star Signs is presented by astronomer, author and founder Tom Kerss. You can find Tom's children's book, The Squirrel that Watched the Stars at https://books.stargazing.london You can watch the read aloud audiobook on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOv6ke9JhUc If you want a complete beginner's guide to astronomy, you can support this podcast by becoming a student at Stargazing London. Sign up for our online course, Stargazing Made Simple, and use code STARSIGNS2022 to save 20% at the checkout! Find out more and sign up at https://stargazing.london


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。


Spacepod

Carrie Nugent

197: A massive asteroid hit at tremendous speed with Prof. Richardson

Professor Derek Richardson gives us an update on the DART mission, which is headed towards tiny asteroid moon Dimorphos. If all goes well this fall, DART will crash into Dimorphos at four miles per second! This experiment will be a test of asteroid deflection technology.


Hostile Worlds: Exploring Space

The Podcast Host

Hello Sunshine | Episode 10

In the last episode, we left a doomed Sarah, David and Dr. Cellarius as they plunged helplessly into the sun.
But their inevitable deaths will not be in vain. We’ll still have some time on this episode to learn about the structure of our main star before they reach the core and get burned to crispy cinders.
This is part two of our guest-written episode by William J. Meyer. And you can check out William’s own work at FireOnTheMound.com and StrangeLovePodcast.com
And a big thanks to guest cast member Tanja Milojevic for her excellent performance as Dr. Cellarius. You can find Tanja’s own work at http://www.lightningbolt.podbean.com/ (LightningBolt Theater of the Mind).
This also brings down the curtain on season one of Hostile Worlds. However, as we gear up to plan season two, we’d love to get your feedback, opinions, and suggestions. You can do that by filling out this very brief survey – we really would appreciate your inpu


Cosmic Coffee Time with Andrew Prestage

Andrew Prestage

#41 Galileo. His observations in 1610 changed a lot of what we knew about astronomy. Let's see what he found.

Galileo Galilei Made some incredible observations of the moon and was a real pioneer in calculating the height of some of the moon's geological features. In 1610 he turned the world of planetary astronomy on its head. He described the phases of Venus, came agonisingly close to discovering the true nature of Saturn's rings, and studied what became to be his namesake system, the four Galilean moons of Jupiter.Let's take a look.Follow Cosmic Coffee Time on Twittertwitter.com/CosmicCoffTimeYou can request a topic for the show! Or even just say hi!We'd love to hear from you.Email us!cosmiccoffeetime@gmail.com


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.


The Daily Space

Dr. Pamela Gay, Beth Johnson, & Annie Wilson

Second Repeating Fast Radio Burst Discovered

A second repeating fast radio burst was detected in 2019 by China’s FAST observatory and confirmed in 2020 by the Very Large Array. This latest discovery raises the possibility that there are two different types of FRBs. Plus, a SpaceX commercial launch, mission updates, neutron stars, and this week’s What’s Up.


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.


The Cosmic Controversy Podcast

brucedorminey

Episode 67 --- Mysteries Of The Lunar Surface

Guest Benjamin Greenhagen, a planetary scientist at Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory in Maryland, outlines the lunar surface’s remaining mysteries --- everything from permanently shaded regions at the North and South poles to near and far side impact craters.  Greenhagen is the deputy principal investigator of the Diviner Lunar Radiometer instrument onboard NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and is an expert on the geology of the Moon’s surface. 


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.


The Astro Ben Podcast

Ben Gamble

Dr Paul Bate: CEO of the UK Space Agency

In episode 32 Ben chats to Dr Paul Bate, the CEO of the UK Space Agency who leads a team of more than 250 people, who provide technical advice on the UK government’s space strategy, and guide the UK space sector to deliver the government’s vision. They discuss the National Space Strategy, the UK's future launch capabilities and the importance of championing space and it’s benefits in our every day lives. 00:19 Intro to Paul Bate 01:12 What are the UK doing in space? (here) 02:51 Learning on the job 04:48 The UK's launch facility - go to place in Europe for satellite launches? 06:25 Virgin Orbit https://virginorbit.com/ 07:50 UK uniquely positioned for launches? 08:57  Timeline to see launches in UK 09:36 How did Paul’s role in healthcare prepare Paul for leading the UK Space Agency? 12:14 How Paul tool on leadership from Graham Turnock 16:50 Tim Peake and future UK astronauts as source of inspiration 19:30 Government department (or ar


UFO未解之谜|探索宇宙

野贺

UFO未解之谜 46 英国“X档案”(完)




Czech Space News

Czech Invest & Ministerstvo Dopravy ČR

Hurvínek už brzo poletí do vesmíru - díky startupu Spacemanic.


Garena Free Fire

Cardoso Biel

Garena

Free fire


科学观宇宙

穆樂霄云

【277】银河系中可能存在36个外星文明,科学家是如何推算出来的




Sciences et vous

RTL

Mac Lesggy vous aide à bien choisir vos tomates

On entend souvent dire que les tomates n'ont plus de goût. Cette opinion relève-t-elle du "c'était mieux avant" ou est-elle justifiée ?


Domingo de Ciencia

Doctor Fisión

44. Domingo de Ciencia #44


Radio Astronomy

Immediate media

Star Diary: What's in the night sky from 6 to 12 June

The craters of the Moon; double stars and the Moon's progress across the stars – We run down the best things to see in the sky this week. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Naked Astronomy, from the Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

Return to the Moon

With the first Artemis mission on the launchpad, Space Boffins Sue Nelson and Richard Hollingham look ahead to the next footsteps on the Moon. They chat to Libby Jackson from the UK Space Agency about Gateway - "a one bed studio flat" in orbit around the Moon - and lunar SatNav. Plus, John Vrublevskis from Thales Alenia Space UK explains the challenge of getting oxygen out of Moon rocks. We also feature an interview - never before broadcast in full - with Apollo 16 astronaut Charlie Duke. He talks about landing on the Moon, looking back at Earth and his faith... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


Space Boffins, from the Naked Scientists

Richard Hollingham, Sue Nelson

Do we need astronauts?

It's the Space Boffins' most controversial episode yet, as Don Goldsmith talks about his new book written with Astronomer Royal Martin Rees - The End of Astronauts and why robots are the future. Also, we visit one of the cleanrooms at Airbus in Stevenage to see the new Biomass satellite to measure the carbon locked in the world's forests. Plus author Kevin Cook talks about his book, The Burning Blue, on Christa McAuliffe and the Challenger disaster. Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists

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