In the April 27th edition, 365 Days of Astronomy podcast takes on the 2012 hoax with an episode titled Will the World End in 2012?.
Podcaster Cameron Hummels is pursuing a PhD in astronomy at Columbia University.
It’s been a while since I announced one of the 365 Days of Astronomy podcasts, but I am listening to this one this morning, and it’s great! Head on over and give it a listen!
Today Davin Flateau takes us on a musical / narrated journey through the discoveries of exoplanets, pulling audio clips from various sources and remixing them to music by Cardamar
Carolyn Collins Petersen of Loch Ness Productions explains that We Are All Star Stuff. The calcium in our bones, the iron in our blood, all of the elements that make up our physical bodies were cooked up in distant stars that died long before the birth of our solar system.
George Hrab wrote the theme song for the 365 Days of Astronomy podcast, but the version used at the start of each day’s episode is a shortened version of the whole thing. Now he’s put the whole
MP3 up on his blog for everyone to hear… and it’s funny.
Richard B. Drumm interviews NRAO personnel for an overview ofALMA: Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array.
January 31: Beyond Vision. Chris Impey talks about innovations since Galileo’s telescope, especially those that extend past the visible spectrum.